Last year Australian indie studio Samurai Punk released Roombo: First Blood, a game about a killer cleaning robot protecting its home from burglars. In the upcoming sequel, that roomba is somehow trapped in “a Neo-90s multiverse” inside a television set, with each level a different sandbox world. It’s called Justice Sucks: Recharged, and as part of PAX Online you can try out a demo on Steam.

Said demo sets you loose on a cruise ship with a band of “pop-pirates” who look like a Jet Set Radio gang minus the wheels. As an ordinary robotic vacuum appliance you can pass under their radar, stealthing about the ship until you’re ready to unleash hell. That might involve shooting out objects you’ve sucked up, tinkering with nearby electronics to electrify a dancefloor or turn a kitchen robot into a whirlwind of death, or using one of your special powers—like the one that summons a muscular yellow avatar of justice to punch an enemy. See it demonstrated in the gif below, in which I also have a cat on me.



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