EDENGATE: The Edge of Life Reviews

EDENGATE: The Edge of Life is ranked in the 6th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.
72 / 100
Dec 19, 2022

Besides knowing the tragic truth about the fate of our protagonist, the events are narrated/played from this fantastic and real perspective, touching the player to discern the hard truth from the sweetened lie.

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5 / 10.0
Dec 21, 2022

Edengate: The Edge of Life is a well-presented title, with decent visuals, a nice soundtrack and solid voice acting. It’s just a shame that as a game driven by its narrative, the tale being told here doesn’t quite hit the mark. And with the gameplay also being extremely basic, there’s little here to truly warrant a recommendation. Still, if you’re after something easy to play with an unoriginal but interesting premise, you can do worse for its budget price.

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75 / 100
Nov 24, 2022

EDENGATE: The Edge of Life has an interesting concept supported by its unsettling atmosphere with decent visual details, stellar voice acting, and horror soundtracks. But it severely holds back for its minimal mechanics and obscure plot.

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5 / 10
Dec 2, 2022

While there are positives, EDENGATE: The Edge of Life feels either poorly planned out or unfinished. The narrative is disjointed and confused, the puzzles are simplistic and there are a few too many frustrations with the game play. There was potential here, but it feels unfulfilled in most facets of the game.

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3 / 5.0
Dec 2, 2022

While playing EDENGATE: The Edge of Life has plenty of issues, I still enjoyed my couple of hours with it. Mia is an interesting protagonist, the atmosphere is strong, and it doesn’t overstay its welcome. This is a case where a game being short plays to its advantage. Considering the game’s low price, I’d recommend anyone interested in it give it a try.

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Lee Mehr
Top Critic
3 / 10.0
Dec 23, 2022

There are several reasons HOOK's freshmen title fittingly opens at a hospital: its jejune writing, vapid design, and inconsistent presentation quickly flatline any interest.

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