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Mutant Year Zero - Preview @Rock Paper Shotgun

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Sep 13, 2018.

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    [​IMG]Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden was previewed by Rock Paper Shotgun in a unique way.

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    FIND: Stand alone, self contained missions.
    REPLACE: Open exploration in a post-human world where the characters think a boom box is a weapon of some kind, because of the name.

    FIND: Near-as-dammit current day setting; humanity scrambling to deal with invasion from a more advanced alien society.
    REPLACE: Fun post-human society set dressing - hundreds of years after we've gone, there are crumbling highways, rusted out ambulances, the remains of a playground.

    FIND: Returning to the XCOM base between missions, to allow your troops to heal and resupply.
    REPLACE: No rest for the wicked. Looting to find useful things, like medkits, or keys to locked doors from earlier in the level.

    FIND: Different loadouts for different soldiers selected on deployment.
    REPLACE: Finding new weapons as you go. Switching between silent and loud guns as the situation demands.

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