Kingdom come: deliverance caparison
A diferencia de muchos juegos de rol, Kingdom Come: Deliverance no alberga delirios de grandeza. No eres especial, ni “el elegido”, ni el “susurrador de dragones”, ni ninguna variación de estos. Eres Henry, el hijo inculto de un herrero. Un don nadie, un vulgar campesino sin nada a tu nombre y sin absolutamente nada excepcional en ti. Henry es una persona normal y corriente, y esto es exactamente lo que hace que KC:D sea tan extraordinario. Hay que aprender habilidades, se pierden combates antes de ganarlos y, por mucho que te esfuerces en demostrar tu valía, habrá quien te recuerde lo pequeño e insignificante que eres. Todo esto se combina en una experiencia extremadamente satisfactoria, ya que con cada victoria te sientes como si realmente hubieras ganado algo; no por una intervención divina o un poder mágico, sino porque has trabajado para ello. Sobrevivir a Bohemia
Con algunos aspectos de supervivencia, como la necesidad de comer y dormir, hay un cierto nivel de pensamiento que debe ser puesto en el juego como usted debe preparar adecuadamente a Henry para cada viaje. Además de estas necesidades básicas, también hay que preocuparse por su aspecto, ya que Henry acumulará suciedad de sus viajes e incluso sangre de las peleas. Acercarse a los NPC cubiertos de suciedad y sangre puede hacer que se alarmen y te traten de forma diferente, lo que en última instancia proporcionará una experiencia diferente a la que se obtiene si mantienes a Henry más correctamente aseado. Convertirse en un guerrero
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That’s what I was just checking now, I went from the mission I had in progress to explore until I was killed by some bandits. That part of the game interests me and is much more fun, let’s see how far it can go.
Now that I have caught your attention let’s qualify the comment. I have played several games of this type over time without managing to finish any of them, not because of difficulty… because of boredom. The funny thing is that I do not know what they have that I always pick and when something comes out that seems that can contribute something to the genre I buy it. This is the case of this game. I’ve played a couple of hours, not many, but right now I’m bored. I think I have to start assuming that deep down I just don’t like this kind of games. Let’s go by parts:
Now that I’ve got your attention let’s nuance the comment. I have played several games of this type over time without managing to finish any of them, not because of difficulty… because of boredom. The funny thing is that I do not know what they have that I always pick and when something comes out that seems that can contribute something to the genre I buy it. This is the case of this game. I’ve played a couple of hours, not many, but right now I’m bored. I think I have to start assuming that deep down I just don’t like this kind of games. Let’s go by parts:
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Kingdom come deliverance olena
At first glance, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is not too different from other RPGs like The Elder Scrolls: we explore a giant world, in first person and on foot or on horseback, we talk to NPCs, we fight using different weapons like swords, axes, maces or bows, we equip all kinds of armor, we make potions, we gain experience, we level up and improve stats, we visit villages and castles… But there is one aspect that sets it apart from any other recent role-playing game: its realism.
Forget about magic and spells, elves and dwarves, and dragons and other fantastic creatures. In Kingdom Come: Deliverance everything is represented in a way that is as true to reality as possible. From the story, which tells the historical facts of the death of Charles IV and the civil war that took place between his two sons, to playable aspects such as the combat system, complex and with movements that flee from the impossible pirouettes that we are so used to seeing.