Simulation games are becoming a crowded market, but does House Flipper do enough to warrant a purchase?
Author: Tom Lockwood
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This beautiful boss-battler finally makes its way onto the Nintendo Switch in style.
A promising premise is wasted through poor attention to detail and regular performance issues.
A good way to bolster your PSVR game collection but continues the trend of shallow titles.
What would be a welcome edition to the expanding Switch library is hampered by a progress-ending glitch.
It's a sequel not many people asked for.
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