If you at the sight of Justice Sucks a vague feeling of déjà vu creeps up on you, you may have visited the shallows of various download shops a few years ago. In fact, the “Tactical Vacuum Action” is based on the one released in 2019 Roombo: First Blood – in retrospect, that was more of a prototype than a full-fledged game. The idea of slipping into the role of a supposedly harmless vacuum robot that defends home and family with all means had something to offer. That’s why it has now been expanded, optimized and provided with more content, although you still saw the bulk of it in about three hours.
As a recalcitrant sucker, you patrol through isometric levels and have to put invaders out of action. Because Dusty himself is rather fragile, there is a lot of sneaking and dodging, you become aggressive mainly via “Hack mode”: With this you manipulate all kinds of devices and convert them into deadly traps. Slice, shock, roast – there knowsJustice Sucks no restraint, pools of blood or body parts you suck away afterwards. In addition to the main missions, which are embedded in a rather trivial story, there are a few side tasks per scenario that are only about cleaning or defusing bombs. There are unlockable perks and skills that make backstabbing more comfortable and efficient.