Justice Sucks Cleans Up After a Bloodbath
Justice Sucks: Tactical Vacuum Action is an upcoming stealth game that has players taking the role of a killer roomba. Tidying up in this particular genre can be a huge hassle. Players have to figure out where it is best to dump the body. Developer Samurai Punk found a solution—become a vacuum cleaner.
This is the concept of Justice Sucks: Tactical Vacuum Action. Players will be an active roomba who also happens to be an assassin. Players can simply glide across the pools of blood after repainting its pastel-colored world with red. Just like real-life roombas, players can wipe the blood away efficiently.
Justice Sucks: Tactical Vacuum Action players can also mulch bodies. They can do so with some type of attachment that they can get for an added $9.99. It would seem that it spreads a lot more gore around whenever they do.
The basic plot of the game is that players are trapped in some sort of TV dimension during the era of 1990s action movies. To help murder their way back to reality, they can summon their “fighting spirit Sexy McClean.” It takes inspiration from how Bruce Willis’s character brutalized a whole bunch of tough goons one at a time. Sexy McClean takes the form of a muscle man from an animated series that is all about hitting people.
Players can also befriend animals. Instead of simply having cats cutely ride the roomba, players can use these cats as weapons for dismembering enemies.
Players can also hack into the different electronics within their environment, from electric fans to automated sushi machines for slicing enemies. Basically, the possibilities are endless. Players can only be limited by their imagination.
Justice Sucks: Tactical Vacuum Action is coming to Steam on September 8th. It does have some mature content that the description describes as Cartoon Violence.
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