Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Fan Edition

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Fan Edition

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Full Game Desktop wallpaper Digital soundtrack Digital artbook Digital Mutant Year Zero pen-and-paper RPG Book Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a tactical adventure game combining turn-based combat with real-time exploration, story, stealth, and strategy. Explore a post-human Earth where mankind has been eradicated by climate change, nuclear war, and pandemics. Will your team of mutants survive the Zone?...
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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden

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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Deluxe Edition

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  • Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden
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Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden - Fan Edition

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- Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden
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  • Desktop wallpaper
  • Digital soundtrack
  • Digital artbook
  • Digital Mutant Year Zero pen-and-paper RPG Book

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a tactical adventure game combining turn-based combat with real-time exploration, story, stealth, and strategy.
Explore a post-human Earth where mankind has been eradicated by climate change, nuclear war, and pandemics. Will your team of mutants survive the Zone?

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Game review score based on 31 reviews, all languages included

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Really amazing little game. I like how you approach every battle. you need to think before shoot. If you go run and gun you can win maybe on normal mode but you will be rekt on hard for sure. Also that apocalyptic worl and atmosphere were amazing to explore and find some hats and weapons. Truth be told I like this more than x com 2.
A very good game, with a deep and fun story, the characters are very atypical and although the progression of the game is a bit slow (the combats become somewhat repetitive) it is highly recommended.
  • - ambush sistems
  • - fun dialogues
  • - Interesting history
  • - very linear
  • - little variety of weapons
  • - combats become somewhat repetitive
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden is a mixture of real-time exploration and turn-based strategy, you control a team of three mutant stalkers in a post-apocalyptic world, the world has plenty of loot to collect and enemies to hunt down for experience so you could level up and gain some loot that you can take back to home base and sell or craft new gear. When starting the game, you have a selection of three difficulties normal, hard and very hard, there is also an iron mutant to choose which introduces perma-death, no manual saving, auto saves after every combat.

More casual or hard-core player base?
The thing this game does different compared to other turned-based strategy games is that you take full control of your team of three mutant stalkers and traveling around a map exploring freely until you find a group of enemies, the player then can go into stealth switch off flash lights and placing your squad in positions that the player thinks is the best for the once in combat the game turns into a turn based game. The game in my experience teaches the player in the first mission the controls and mechanics really well, so it is easy to pick up for those who will be playing a turn-based action game for the first time quite easily
The flow of the game is set at a good pace while free roaming it allows the player to appreciate the environment that is over grown and desalinate from the post-apocalypse around them listening to the spoken dialog for the story, the camera while free roaming is set at a third person view seeing all three characters. This allows players to think strategically on what is the best weapon to use, what tactics player should use and what character skills to use on certain enemy’s during the game.

How It Works
The game has a gear system to take in consideration equipping the characters with what best suits them and for the situation choosing from weapons, armor and headgear. The weapons are pistols, shotguns, assault rifles and sniper rifles there is a total of 15 weapons to choose from and find during the game each with its own damage, critical damage, critical chance ammo, range and if it comes with a silencer or can knockback and destroy cover. The armor you can choose from comes with some armor bonuses, HP bonuses and special effects ranging from immunity to critical hits, increased throwing range and absorbing explosive damage. The head-gear you can choose from comes with special effects such as +25 weapon range, immune to critical hits, +2 grenade damage and more.
You gain experience points after winning fights you encounter to put into the skill tree choosing mutations and abilities each character has eight available mutations and five permanent stat bonuses. Each character can have three active skills at a time, one for a main skill, one for a minor skill and one for a passive skill, for example one main skill can allow the player to use chain lighting during combat to hit a group of enemies in one turn, one minor skill can allow the player to use chameleon becoming invisible until attacking , one passive skill can allow the player to reach high places by moving or sprinting in combat, each playable character has a different skill tree to upgrade and learn.

Is it worth picking up?
I think it is, even for those who are new to this genre of game, it has a lot of charm to it from the story, gameplay, sound design and visual design. Definitely worth picking up for fans of turn-based combat and those who are new to the genre.

Reviewer: Michael
  • Real-Time Exploration
  • Turn-Based Strategy
  • Graphics / Art Design / Visuals
  • Story
Epic game that I played through in one week with only joy and satisfaction! Cheap on and a rewal nice turn-based game that everyone should try! I really liked the mutants and loved to get to know them by switching them depending on the enemys I was facing!
  • Fun and nice post-apocalyptic game
  • Lovely dialogue and characters
  • Character build is cool
  • A very good game!
  • Too short!
  • Few playable characters
  • A better way of choosing abilities when leveling up
Great Game,
Story is quite nice and keeps you playing, therefore is really short.
75% most of the time means 100%
Would definitely recommend the game and most definitely recommend IG for fast delivery
  • Story is really good
  • Mechanics are nice
  • Mutants
  • very Short
  • Very Few wepons
  • Shop is not good
The random accuracy stats on weapons aren't random. All combat is decided beforehand. No matter what your shooting chance is, all shots are pre-scripted. Reload a save 100 times, you will always get the same result. A miss will always be a miss and a hit will always be a hit no matter the chance to hit. This isn't a real game.
  • Setting is nice
  • Combat is fake, making the game meaningless

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