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    Warhorse Studios' new hit role-playing game, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, is arguably one of the deepest and complex games in the genre. Here's why its design should serve as something other games aim to achieve.
    It's rare for games to never hold your hand throughout your time with them. Most flood you with hints about how to succeed, and almost all of them give you a detailed step-by-step guide to everything at the beginning of the game. However, this is not the case with Kingdom Come: Deliverance.
    Aside from a very brief prologue that nudges you in the right direction about things, Kingdom Come lets you figure things out on your own. While that makes the game more difficult, it also makes it a much more interactive and immersive experience. Pair that with the realistic mechanics, and I believe Warhorse Studios struck gold with the formula. Here's why future role-playing games (RPGs) should follow in the company's footsteps.

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    02-22-2018 03:10 PM

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