, 2022-11-01 11:29:39,
Samurai Punk may be known for their mind-boggling first-person shooter, Screencheat, which was released in 2014. However, they’ve come to PAX Australia 2022 swinging with their newest title, Justice Sucks.
Justice Sucks combines stealth, action, strategy, tactics, and a damn cool 90s TV aesthetic with a killer vacuum cleaner. The game has the player take on the role of Dusty, a trusty Roomba-like creature that traverses through the 90s TV dimension to save his family!
This involves sneakily taking down all foes who stand in his path via wacky and murderous means. GGRecon managed to speak to Samurai Punk Creative Director Winston Tang about the game. “The basic concept is you’re a vigilante robot vacuum, who’s on a quest for vengeance through a neo-90s TV world trying to rescue his family,” said Tang.
What Is Justice Sucks About?
Winston shared a funny story behind the game’s inspiration, which is based on a real-life experience he had with his own heroic vacuum cleaner. “It (Justice Sucks) was based on an incident where a few years ago my house was broken into. Burglars broke into the home, and the only one at home was the robot vacuum.
“When we got back, there was no trace of the burglars and the police never found them, so I was a bit frustrated. But I started thinking, ‘Hey maybe the robot vacuum got them, that’s why there are no traces left.’ We got pretty good value, I think that vacuum cost $200 back in the day, but it’s a small price to pay for…
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