Sadly it’s another simulator where your time is more often spent on minutia and finicky controls and placement than something engaging
Honestly many of these simulators are getting a bit hard to take seriously since so many of them have the same sorts of flaws that never seem to greatly improve. Precision is a pretty consistent problem, and one piece of the issue is that what you need to do and where to complete your work isn’t always very clear. The need to move around back and forth “like in real life” may replicate the full mundane experience, but it also drags out the monotony of things. The fact that there seem to be invisible walls in spots and that you can get a bit stuck when you go into them the wrong way just feels sloppy. If you really love repeatedly taking care of a car and making it look its best it’s an option, but keep your expectations in check.
Justin Nation, Score: