Uno de los juegos más esperados del mes de febrero, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, se pone hoy a la venta y ya se han publicado las primeras reviews que no lo dejan a la altura de lo esperado.
TheSixthAxis - 4 / 10 (PC)
If Kingdom Come: Deliverance has a ton of bug fixing to improve the performance drastically, it could be a hidden gem. It's clear that the game, despite its grand ambitions, was simply not ready for public consumption. Shimmers of brilliance are there and had it seen more time in the oven, or set its ambitions at a more reasonable level, it could have been brilliant and scored significantly higher as a result. Alas, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is another cautionary tale rather than a trend setter.
Attack of the Fanboy - 5 / 10 (PC)
Technical issues aside Kingdom Come: Deliverance is at best an ambitious game. There are flashes of brilliance in the implementation of Warhorse Studios' unique systems of the game, as it truly does have interestingly deep survival and progression elements. Though when you do take into account the technical issues it becomes a frustrating experience in which the bad completely outweighs the good.
Hardcore Gamer - 3.5 / 5 (PC)
Had the initial forty-to-fifty hour campaign not have delivered the level of bugs and problems present in the current build, you'd easily be looking at potentially one of the year's best all-round experiences in an RPG and an essential for everyone no matter your affiliation with the genre.
GameWatcher - 8 / 10 (PC)
A very good and immersive title that suffers from technical issues and some surprisingly misguided design decisions.
Press Start - 6 / 10
Kingdom Come: Deliverance has clearly had a lot of love and effort put into it, but it's unapologetically appealing to a very specific niche. The authenticity and realism is like no other, and that niche is bound to be pulled into its world for hours on end. Unfortunately, this dedication to realism is ironically what really stopped me from immersing myself into the well realised world of Bohemia, which is a huge shame.
GBAtemp - 5.5 / 10 (PS4)
From what I did play of Kingdom Come: Deliverance has left me with mixed feelings. I enjoyed the story and wanted to see if Henry became a great Knight and avenged his family, but at the same time, I found myself battling against the game's systems every time it gave me control. Warhorse Studios have created an ambitious world with Kingdom Come: Deliverance, unfortunately, it didn't deliver for me.
Cubed3 - 7 / 10 (PC)
As realistic, historically accurate, unrelenting, casual-unfriendly, open-word RPG games go, Kingdom Come: Deliverance is probably the best on offer right now. It's only worthy of the bronze medal, though, as it's very far from perfect, and the amount of flaws at hand mean that this is quite the dirty kind of bronze medal.
Sin duda alguna los problemas técnicos y los bugs con los que parece haber salido el juego han lastrado un producto que tiene todos los mimbres para obtener valoraciones mucho más positivas. Recordatorio de que el juego sale con un parche day one de 23 GB que a priori servirá para solucionar estos problemas.