Kingdom Come: Deliverance review – history is a double-edged sword
Kingdom Come: Deliverance and the history it explores are inseparable. There hasn’t been a medieval world this real and substantial since The Witcher 3. The sense of time and place it conjures is astonishing. You feel your feet squelching in muddy, rutted paths, and smell the manure on the fields around you. But what you see isn’t a fantasy world reinforced by a culture’s past: it is a culture’s past – its bones are made out of it. Kingdom Come is the most believable adventure into medieval history I’ve ever experienced.
That’s the hook: real…