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Just what the hell is going on in EDENGATE on Xbox? Well, we don’t know, but we would hazard a guess that it will take you right to The Edge of Life. 

Available today on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S (also available on PC via Steam and PS4 should you prefer), EDENGATE: The Edge of Life comes from the indie publishing label of HOOK, as they drop players into a dark narrative adventure in which you are left to try and get to the bottom of the mysteries that unfold. 

Priced well at just £5.89, EDENGATE: The Edge of Life has been written by the award-winning writer Matthew Seiji Burns, Director/Writer of the critically acclaimed visual novel Eliza, thrusting players into the life of Mia; a young biologist who awakens in an abandoned hospital, unaware of what is going on. 

Promising to deliver fear, isolation and uncertainty, EDENGATE: The Edge of Life will play out as an emotional gaming experience, one which is only amplified by a constantly haunting soundtrack. 

With exploration at the heart, investigations following on and then a host of puzzle-solving and decision-making opportunities to run throughout, will you have the guts to join Mia and try to unfold the madness of EDENGATE: The Edge of Life?

You’ll find the game on the Xbox Store today. Stick around as we work a review, letting you know how EDENGATE: The Edge of Life plays on Xbox Series X|S. 

Game Description:

A gifted young scientist, Mia Lorenson, wakes up in an abandoned hospital full of questions—and precious few answers. What happened to her? What happened to the world? Developed during the global pandemic, Edengate: The Edge of Life is an interactive experience reflecting on feelings of uncertainty, isolation, longing and hope. Experience Mia’s emotional journey as you explore the desolate city of Edengate, unraveling its mysteries and memories, accompanied by emotional voiceover performances and a breathtaking score by critically acclaimed composer Laryssa Okada. Find hope in the face of devastation and discover what connects us to the world.

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