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    Mutant Year Zero: Seed of Evil is a satisfyingly deep expansion to the base game, filled with all kinds of new content to enjoy.

    On the tail-end of 2018, I got the opportunity to review Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden, which took the turn-based combat concepts of XCOM and blended it with real-time stealth mechanics in a way that felt uniquely special. As such, it ended up being one of my favorite games of that year — ever since, I've been curious to see what the game's developer, The Bearded Ladies, has been cooking up next.
    With the first expansion to Mutant Year Zero, dubbed "Seed of Evil," my curiosity has been answered. And while its tone, like the base game's, can't decide if it wants to be funny or serious, the expansion as a whole offers a plethora of fun new content to enjoy that any fan of Mutant Year Zero will love.

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    07-30-2019 06:11 AM

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