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One Step From Eden

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, pigs are flying because New Pokemon Snap got announced. That’s not all the Pokemon Presents video graced us with—brushing our teeth is finally solved with Pokemon Smile. In other news, Kingdom Hearts continues to be an embarrassing nightmare with Memory of Melody. And finally, Oni Dino and Galen lay down some EA games predictions and ARMS character predictions for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Fighter Pass volume 2. In our game analysis segment, we cover a great and overlooked indie game called Bloodroots, and some extra tidbits on Xenoblade, One Step From Eden, and even Fitness Boxing.

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Hello, my cardboard cuties! This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, Oni Dino goes deeper into Xenoblade, and Galen finally plays a game made for him: One Step From Eden. We analyze the new info we got on Paper Mario: The Origami King, Oni Dino resurrects his brilliant idea for a Final Fantasy style Mario RPG, we discuss the weird Google Stadia leak of Gods & Monsters (tentative title), and we also cover the PS5 event for good measure. Why does it look like that?

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This week, the Switch version of One Step From Eden was updated to version 1.3. Everything from versions 1.1 and 1.2 based on the PC version are a part of the huge patch.

One Step From Eden has received a ton of changes, including a major difficulty overhaul. Crash and performance fixes are also implemented.

Here’s the full rundown of the new One Step From Eden update:

One Step From Eden, a game featuring strategic deck-building and real-time action with rogue-like elements, hits the Switch eShop tomorrow. Find some early footage below.

One Step From Eden is a roguelike with real-time, grid-based combat that was announced for Switch last year. Well, now publisher Humble Bundle has given an official release date of March 26, 2020 for the Switch version. 

The news comes with a new trailer to showcase the game’s strategic deckbuilding combat. View it in full below.

 

One Step From Eden recently ended up on Kickstarter in hopes of fully funding that project. That quickly happened, as it didn’t take terribly long to reach its initial $15,000 target. Having surpassed $60,000 with a day remaining in the campaign, the game has now been secured for Switch.

One Step From Eden features a mix of deckbuilding, action, and roguelike elements while taking inspiration from Mega Man Battle Network. We have more details and a trailer below.