Justice Sucks: Tactical Vacuum Action

Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
Genre: Action/Adventure
Publisher: tinyBuild
Developer: Samurai Punk
Release Date: Sept. 8, 2022

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'Justice Sucks: Tactical Vacuum Action' Gets Free Vacuum Of Space Content Update Next Week - Trailer

by Rainier on Feb. 9, 2023 @ 12:04 p.m. PST

Justice Sucks: Tactical Vacuum Action is a stealth/action game about a killer robot vacuum cleaner on a quest for vengeance through a 90s TV universe.

Don’t you hate it when CRIME interrupts your vacation vibes?

Dusty McClean had a simple life, befitting a robot vacuum. Roam the house, clean up messes, turn lights on and off, but he did it for the love of his human family. Now an evil corporation has voided his warranty AND abducted his humans. This will not stand. Enter a world of televised ‘90s strangeness for some image training and prepare yourself for the siege ahead. Revenge is a dish best served clean.

It’s your job to train Dusty in the act of war, and teach him to channel his inner fighting spirit; the gloriously swole Sexy McClean. Master devastating robot fighting techniques, hack into the mainframe (and light fixtures), cause devices to go haywire and trap your enemies in devastating combinations of fire, electricity and dangerously pointy objects. Go on, make a mess. Just remember to clean up afterwards.

Cleaning up is its own reward for a thirsty little robot. Fueled by the blood of your fallen foes, Dusty can unleash devastating special attacks. The kind that makes a terrible mess, which you can clean up. It’s a vicious cycle, and one you’ll have to master if you’re going to survive this adventure and rescue Dusty’s family. Unlock new techniques, challenge intense bonus missions and become the littlest fighting vacuum cleaner.

Releasing February 16th for all platforms, Vacuum Massacre is a FREE content update of stellar proportions, that lets you tackle Dusty McClean's most daring and dangerous mission yet; a clean sweep of FamilyCorp's final orbital stronghold.

Continuing shortly after Justice Sucks ends, Vacuum Of Space sees Dusty's family once again menaced by their corporate captors. Prepare for your toughest, weirdest mission yet, as FriendlyCorp's private space station is overrun by clones of the company CEO packed with upgrades, mutations and cold capitalist thinking. It's time to turn that grindset into ground beef.

Become the cleanest of crime-fighters once more in this madcap stealth-action comedy adventure. Master all the completely normal abilities of a robot vacuum cleaner, including hacking, combat and blood-fueled special powers. Just remember never to leave a mess behind. You might be out for blood, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't sweep up when you're done.

This new extraterrestrial battleground means new traps, tricks and threats. Hack into the advanced station systems to shock, pummel and burn the clone army. Use stealth and misdirection to avoid getting blasted with lasers, and commune with Sexy McClean (Dusty's fighting spirit given gloriously ripped form) in new story and dialogue sequences.

Alongside the new levels, there's some improvements coming for the rest of the game. Three new perks to maximize your combat cleaning potential, improved footprints left behind by enemies (all the better to stalk your prey) and an assortment of tweaks and bug-fixes.

For those with PS5s, Justice Sucks also takes full advantage of the advanced DualSense controller, including tactile haptic feedback and the built-in speaker. Experience every rev of a chainsaw, the satisfying gurgle as you clean up a room full of villain-bits or the shock of an enemy landing a lucky hit on you.

Justice Sucks: Tactical Vacuum Action is available for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC (Steam) for $19.99/£16.75/€19.50.

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