GK III – ahead of its times ala Da Vinci Code

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      GK III sparked my interest in the Templars, “Hold Blood Holy Grail”, Carcassone (the Orient Express Hotel), the the Cathar Crusuade. The wealth of follow-up material one can pursue via the Internet continues to blow my mind. I thought interest in the subject was limited to the gaming community, but recently saw how wide spread the appeal was by witnessing the phenominal popularity of the Da Vinci Code.

      Too bad Sierra and Jane Jensen didn’t follow up with a sequel. It’s still not too late. The adventure genre may be seeing a re-birth, as seen in The Adventure Company seires Broken Sword.

      Maybe this explains what Ken and Roberta Williams are doing in France.

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      I thought the same thing when I first read about that book. Maybe if the movie version does well they’ll make a GK movie! Well, probably not but it would be nice.

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      GKIII was so awesome. All of the puzzles were thought out very well; and they weren’t impossible, but they’d require you to really think, and explore around to find clues.

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