The most recent retort to entropic gravity I've seen is this arXiv article.
"We argue that neutron interference experiments and experiments on gravitational bound states of neutron unambiguously disprove entropic origin of gravitation. The criticism expressed in a recent paper  concerning our arguments against entropic gravity is shown to be invalid."
Kobakhidze considers the influence of entropic gravity on quantum mechanical systems and concludes that it deviates significantly from standard predictions and observation. This appears to be due to the small number of statistical microstates that the systems can take on changing the entropic gravitation Hamiltonian from the standard Hamiltonian.
This isn't really a consensus, but it's the most recent and most forceful argument I've seen on this topic.