Justice Sucks locked in for Sept. 8th, 2022 release on Switch, pre-orders open and new trailer shared
Just your standard story about a sentient vacuum
Justice Sucks, a comedy stealth action game developed by Samurai Punk and published by tinyBuild, now has an official release date. You can look forward to picking up the game on September 8th, 2022, as confirmed by a new trailer. You can check out that trailer announcement above.
Dusty McClean is just a little yellow robot vacuum cleaner that loves his family. He’s also sentient, which isn’t supposed to be a feature. After a brutal run-in with a corporate warranty enforcement squad, his family has been abducted, and Dusty has been left trapped in a world of ‘90s TV weirdness. Clearly, this calls for a training montage.
Aided by the ever-swole Sexy McClean (his fighting spirit, mystically manifested) Dusty must sneak and fight his way through an army of over-the-top TV villains. Hack devices, trap foes and always clean up afterwards on a quest to become strong enough to return to reality and save Dusty’s family.
To become a master of stealthy robot combat, Dusty will have to improvise with weapons found around each environment. Drop ceiling fans on bad guys, electrocute them with spilt water and hacked power sockets, and unleash a variety of blood-fuelled special powers unlocked through mastering JUSTICE SUCKS’ many missions.
Justice Sucks is available to pre-order on the Switch eShop starting today. The game will normally be priced at $20, but thanks to a limited-time 10% discount, you can snag your pre-order for just $18. Justice Sucks takes up 1.7 GB of space.