I’ve only ever gotten deep into Odyssey tour but it’s great. Of course ot doesn’t go deep into any given topic and it’s like reading a history book for children. But for me it worked like sort of director’s commentary on top of the movie explaining why and how stuff was done. The one that stuck was me was a tour on wine making. Not because it is interesting in itself but because the whole process can be seen in the game. As you go along the tour the camera shows people doing different things (gathering grapes, storing it in baskets, pressing it, processing it, letting it ferment, pack it for transport by ship in a special type of amphoras). All those people om the streets you pay no attention to are often involved in some historically recreated activity. Children play a reconstructed game. Stuff near altars is not just random assets but a specific set of items depending on a place.
When people talk about modern AC being less historical it’s crazy to me. Go try Odyssey Discovery Tour (Origins is fine too) to see how much effort went into representing the historical reality. Of course a bunch of Ancient Aliens and concious anachronisms were put on top, but it’s still miles ahead of any other media product at both broadness and detail. Would be great if they find a way to convey that without a separate commentary mode.