Justice sucks is such a fun stealth game with an original theme and awesome music. A much bigger game than its prequel “Roombo: First Blood”. Has no missable achievements and takes around 15h to complete.
Approximate amount of time to 100%: Around 15h
Estimated achievement difficulty: 4/10
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
Is there a good guide available: I wrote this achievement guide
Multiplayer achievements: No
Missable achievements: No, there is mission selection
Grinding Achievements: Consuming 6.666 liters of blood is a bit of a grind but the developers made it a whole lot faster than it was before
DLC-Only achievements: No
Speedrun achievements: No
Time-gated achievements: No
Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty option
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No
Justice Sucks is a sequel to Roombo: First Blood a short game that I really enjoyed. The idea was original and the game was a lot of fun. This game goes a lot further. The first area looks a lot like the house in the first game, but there are way more areas and objectives. You unlock special abilities and upgrades by completing levels to make you stronger. It isn’t needed to play the first game, but if you want to get an idea of what this game will do, check that one out as well.
This game will directly get you in the mood with amazing music and wonderful graphics. It starts with the song “Galaxies – Monster Mansion”, which you can also find in the trailer. It gives a boyband vibe from the ’90s. The graphics at first will give that vibe as well. Later on you have a song in specific cleaning levels that feels like it as well. The developers did so well with choosing/making the music for their game, it fits so well.
You play as Dusty, a robot cleaner who can also hack other appliances, which can be used to lure enemies and trigger traps. Justice Sucks is a stealth game with different maps and within each map different missions. In some you have to return your family to a safe spot, in others, you have to kill everybody, and in some, you have to clean as fast and as much as possible. The levels in which you had to hit targets I didn’t like. Gladly those aren’t that important.
At the end of most levels you have time to clean up, this stressed me out at first because you only get 30/60 seconds to clean, but it isn’t that important and you already did some cleaning while playing the level. Quickly I learned that isn’t something to stress about and rarely if ever did I end up under 95% cleaned.
The game has so much humor, but has some gross graphics and isn’t child friendly. It isn’t only the enemies that will be harmed, but also the family you protecting is severely harmed by the enemy during the cutscenes. The story is a bit weird at first, but around the end, it makes more sense. And in this type of game, the story is less important, it is nice that it is there.
About the achievements, for the most part, I like this kind of achievement list. There are a few story-related, a lot of creative ones where you have to use different weapons or kill enemies in a certain way. None of the achievements is missable which is always a big pro in my book. There is an achievement that sucks (pun intended) a little bit because of the grind and that is the one for which you have to suck up 6666 liters of blood. The developers made this a lot better since the release of this game and now it isn’t that much of a grind.
You don’t have to finish a mission, so killing enemies close to traps (for example in McClean’s House – Elimination, lure two enemies to the lightswitch next to the toilet, run both traps) and sucking up the bodies works very well. Thank you so much developers to take the grind this achievement took into consideration and changing it.
This review for Justice Sucks was written on 7 September 2022, based on the current Steam version of the game which has 37 achievements at the time of writing this review. This information can be outdated, for example, when the developer adds or removes achievements or releases (new) DLC.