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One Step From Eden

Thomas Moon Kang, Humble Bundle, Maple Whispering Limited
Mar 26, 2020 - PC, Nintendo Switch
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OpenCritic Rating

77

Top Critic Average

71%

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Critic Reviews for One Step From Eden

One Step From Eden provides a unique, fast-paced experience. The combat and deck-building are fun, but it does a poor job explaining game mechanics, and given the depth of the game's card system that makes it a little bit too difficult.

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GameMAG

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8 / 10
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One Step From Eden is a very fast card roguelike game with a great and memorable bosses, the main problem of which is a very slow progress in gaining abilities and new variations of characters.

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One Step From Eden is an exceptionally well-made game with great combat and responsive controls.

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One Step from Eden has great ideas and a wealth of love put into the number of spells and abilities available; it's just a shame that the breakneck pace and daunting multitasking requirements of the combat make it hard to appreciate all of that depth.

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One Step From Eden has an interesting premise, surprisingly deep mechanics and an insane amount of content, but as a result of unfair bosses and no tutorial, it's a tough sell to anyone who isn't a diehard fan of the genre.

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One Step from Eden is an impressive feat of card-battling rogue-likes.

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One Step From Eden masterfully brings a mix of action RPG and deckbuilding that we haven't seen in a good while.

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While I can't say it perfectly achieves everything it goes for, One Step from Eden provides a style of game that I can't get anywhere else. It does well to differentiate itself from its inspiration, Mega Man Battle Network, through its challenge, its style, its pacing, its gamefeel, its gameplay variety, its skill ceiling, and its tone. While there are still some frustrations I have while playing, I can't say that I don't have predominantly positive feelings about the game.

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