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Justice Sucks (2022) Recharged is an action stealth tower defence game where you are a murdering robot vacuum. You learnt your violent survival technique after (during events of the first game in the series, Roombo: First Blood) fighting off burglars during a break-in and seeing your family brutally attacked.

Play involves exploring the domestic settings doing your vacuum cleaner chores and cleaning up the mess. As the family leave the house you detect intruders who you must evade and lay traps for. You can hide under furniture if things get too much or if you need to avoid detection.

Setting off the traps in timely fashion usually results in the human intruders being chopped, sliced and generally dismembered in comical but cartoon-realistic ways. It's then your job to consume the blood of your enemies to gain better powers.

As you progress you discover more smart devices and appliances to hack. You need to work quickly in phases between intruder so you are ready for them, a little like a tower defence game. You use the environment as your weapon, suck up objects to shoot at your enemies.

Our examiner, Andy Robertson, first checked Justice Sucks 2 years ago. It was re-examined by Jo Robertson and updated 20 months ago.
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Play StylePlay Style

This is a Fighting and Traversal game with Action, Puzzle, Simulation and Stealth elements. This is a single-player game. There's an online leaderboard for scores.


Play Time: It takes between 10 minutes and 20 minutes to play a round of this game. The number of different levels is relatively short, but they are designed to be replayed with new abilities to get higher scores and open up new ways to complete them.


This game is good if you want to:

Age RatingsAge Ratings

Content Rating

Rated PEGI 16 for Strong Violence.

Rated for younger players in the US. Rated ESRB TEEN for Violence, Blood.
When enemies are hurt there are splashes of blood and their bodies remain on the floor. When they are electrocuted you see their skeleton in cartoon fashion. Continuing to attack enemies after they are dead dismembers them into cartoon-style cuts of meat. There are pools of blood on the floor that you hoover up. Enemies also cry out in pain.

Skill Level

10+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Still, it's important for parents and guardians to consider the maturity required to process the game content. Younger players need to have good skill in careful exploration and avoidance of enemies. Players also need to enjoy replaying levels to get better scores.


Justice Sucks usually costs £16.75 to £17.99. 

Justice Sucks

Switch StoreSALE Switch £17.99 £4.49 until 17/07/2024
Steam Store PC £16.75
XBox Store Xbox One -
XBox Store Xbox X|S -
PlayStation Store PS5 -
PlayStation Store PS4 -
There are no additional in-game purchases, loot boxes, adverts or subscription costs.

DetailsGame Details

Release Date: 08/09/2022

Price: 75% off

Out Now: PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox X|S

Skill Rating: 10+ year-olds

Players: 1

Genres: Fighting, Traversal (Action, Puzzle, Simulation and Stealth)

Accessibility: 0 features documented (Tweet Developer )

Components: 2D Overhead and Cartoon

Developer: Samurai Punk (@SamuraiPunk)

Taming Gaming Book Written by parents for parents, the database complements the in-depth discussion about video game addiction, violence, spending and online safety in the Taming Gaming book. We are an editorially independent, free resource without adverts that is supported by partnerships.

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