Flipping Death is an absurdly funny adventure, which does not present a big challenge, but compensates for its charm.
Review in German | Read full review
Flipping Death does share plenty of DNA with Stick it to the Man! - ranging from the floatiness of its platforming to the ability to read the minds of other characters - but that doesn't stop it from being a far superior offering in almost every way. We're still not quite sure why Death is possessing the souls of the living and sorting out the loose ends of the dead, but it makes for a memorable black-humoured adventure that deserves to haunt your Nintendo Switch immediately.
Flipping Death is a quite specific title. However, if it goes with your taste, it should be pleasant journey.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Flipping Death is similar to its spiritual predecessor in many ways. It has a lovely aesthetic that never gets old and a type of silly humour that seems to have become a trademark for the developer. While the platforming is a lot more fun, the physics based mechanics rubbed me the wrong way and I didn’t care much for revisiting the same level (and possessing the same characters) over and over. It’s still an enjoyable game for a single runthrough and one that I would recommend for fans of the genre.
A hilarious 2.5D platformer which will have you wanting to play on due to the fantastic characters, solid storyline and first-rate voice acting. Flipping Death has a good mix of puzzles but is slightly let down by its somewhat forced platforming sections.
Flipping Death is enjoable and accessible adventure about death, life, and love.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Flipping Death, like Stick it to the Man! before it, is an excellent game that you should definitely buy on PlayStation 4. It's great art style, fun soundtrack, solid gameplay mechanics and humorous writing make this a must-have game on Sony's home console.
Flipping Death is a worthy successor to Stick it to the Man and takes many of the elements from its predecessor to make for an even better experience. The premise of controlling Death and finding out the fate of certain humans is an interesting one and the art style gives the game its own unique personality, but it can also be divisive for others.
Despite all of its problems, there's just something about Flipping Death that wins you over.
Personally I felt that I lost a little something in the process by doing so. In the end though, it all depends on the experience players find most desirable. All what matters is this though: Flipping Death is an adventure game everyone can enjoy.