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X-Men: Mutant Revolution Board Game


3 - 4 Players

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4 stars"
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If you know the Spartacus game then you are not far off this one. I think the X-Men version of the rules is generally better and makes the game play more interesting and not take as much time. I do like this game, very much so. As a board game fan I recognise that is is a very good game. My problem is my romance with the X-Men haha. The ‘co-operative but’ nature of some of the missions is very interesting but feels a bit jarring to the X-Men fan in me. Having 4 X-Men characters take on a bunch of Sentinels or rescuing people is really cool, but motivating them to attack each other to benefit their school just feels off to me. The way you get more students/heroes is very fun and the missions vary a fair amount so it keeps interesting. Being able to ask other schools for resources to play cards is quite interesting too. It's possible to blackmail players even, ‘If you help me play this card then I won't use it against you.’ the more common occurrence is the losing players combining forces to try and take down the front runner.

The variation in play time is probably the biggest reason I don't play it much more often, it could be over really quick if certain missions/cards come into play early and the players co-operate to each climb the ladder quickly. On the flip side if they focus on keeping each other down it can really start to drag out. I would suggest a time or round limit to try and offset that.

Pros: Heaps of X-Men characters! Interesting mechanics, players need to interact in more ways than just on the board, alliances and making deals are just as important as picking what character to send into battle. Just enough luck to give minor characters a shot at achieving something amazing but not so much that it's not worth investing in better characters to begin with. Cons: The negative player interactions jar against the core X-Men values but that is probably more my problem than the games problem, big variance in play time.

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.
4 stars"
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Bit long winded. It takes a long time for everyone to understand the dynamics but not too bad after.


In the aftermath of the Phoenix event, new mutants are appearing all over the earth. Wolverine, Cyclops, Magneto, and Storm each have a vision for the future, but will they unite humans with mutants – or will they tear the world apart?

X-Men: Mutant Revolution is a head-to-head battle for the future of mutant-kind in which 3–4 players play as Wolverine, Cyclops, Magneto, or Storm, leading their individual schools with unique powers and abilities and recruiting heroes and students in order to train them and send them on missions to spread their vision for mutants to the world.

X-Men: Mutant Revolution is based on Spartacus: A Game of Blood and Treachery from Gale Force Nine and will include four character miniatures with the HeroClix dial technology.

Release date Australia
May 12th, 2015
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Board Game Mechanics
  • Area Movement
  • Point to Point Movement
  • Role Playing
  • Science Fiction
  • Set Collection
  • Simultaneous Action Selection
Number of Players
Play Time
45-60 minutes
  • Sci-Fi
Board Game Type
Board Game
Board Game Requirement
Base Game
Age Groups
Recommended Age
14 years or over
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