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Kingdom Come: Deliverance

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Genre: Adventure, Role-playing (RPG)

Platforms: Xbox One, PC (Microsoft Windows), PlayStation 4

A first-person, open world, realistic RPG that will take you to the Medieval Europe in a time of upheaval and strife A humble, young blacksmith loses everything to war. As he tries to fulfill the dying wish of his father, Fate drags him into the thick of a conspiracy to save a kidnapped king and stop a bloody conflict. You will wander the world, fighting as a knight, lurking in the shadows as a rogue, or using the bard’s ch... Read More


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ds86
1 reviews

Unimpressive 50%

I really liked the realism, music and the overall atmosphere of this game but the amount of bugs made me quit after having completed about 50% of the main storyline. It wouldn't have been so bad if there was a quick-save option, but now, if you're unlucky, you can be set back several hours if a bug (like falling through the ground or getting stuck in a tree etc. etc.) suddenly strikes. Happened to me several times.

Positive points
Atmosphere
Realism
Music
Very large open-world
Educative
Negative points
Lots of bugs
Annoying save-system
Conversation options are unpredictable
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ZwizyMan
1 reviews

Fair 70%

The RPG system is excellent. You might never become a overpowered god by the end, but you'll notice a difference from being a common peasant, to somewhat semi-competent soldier by the end. A lot of RPG tend to forget that, and it's a nice sense of progression. And that they forged it after The Elder Scrolls games, one of my favorite systems RPG, is no minus either. In fact, The Elder Scrolls could learn a thing or from this system. Also, Bohemia ... Read More

Positive points
A excellent RPG system
An interesting and unique setting
Some really good graphics
Great protagonist
Main cast has great voice acting
Wonderful orchestral music
Negative points
Sub-par animation outside of cutscenes
Combat only works occasionally
Weak main story & boring side quests
Way too much focus on realism
The goddamn saving system!

Storyline

"The years is 1403, the region Bohemia, located in the heart of Europe, rich in culture, silver and sprawling castles. The game is based on a true story – a story of kings, heirs, a kingdom, castle sieges and bloody battles.

The King is dead and his eldest son Wenceslas IV becomes the new King of Bohemia.

Wenceslas’s enraged half-brother Sigismund imprisons Wenceslas and invades the country with his mighty army. Unfortunately, in the midst of this chaos, your character Henry suffers. The mercenary army destroys your home and kills your family, you are the sole survivor of the bloodbath and it is here that your road to redemption starts. Enjoy the detailed reconstruction of the 15th century landscape. Use weapons that were used by knights. Take part in epic historical battles that happened in Middle Europe and in castle sieges!"