Donuts N Justice Review (PlayStation 5)
Our Donuts N Justice Review takes us to the streets of 1980s America, Blast ammo or toss grenades at hoodlum punks. Takedown the head honchos of the syndicates terrorizing these streets.
Donuts N Justice Pros:
- Pixel art graphics.
- 91.30MB download size.
- Platinum trophy.
- 2D shooter gameplay.
- Basic tutorial.
- CRT filter option.
- Two-player local support.
- Nice soundtrack.
- Three difficulties- Thumbsucker, normal, and Nuck Chorris.
- Nine guns to discover and use.
- Hats- give buffs like do more damage or get more money, etc.
- Shop- where you buy hats.
- Enemies drop ammo, power-ups, and cash.
- Crates- Give a random unlocked gun.
- Four levels.
- Five boss encounters.
- Drop-in and out co-op.
- Two game modes- main game and boss rush.
- Full stats screen.
- Five secrets to find.
- Very easy Platinum trophy.
- Accessible for new players.
- Simple controls- buttons shoot left or right and a grenade button.
- The game is an auto-scroller.
- Bulletproof vests will protect you from bullets.
- You see the boss health bar.
- Fast respawns.
- Donuts can heal health but green gone off ones will damage you.
- Cool locations.
- Combo announcer.
- Constant checkpoints.
- Flashing warning icon when a hostage is approaching.
- Nods to classic characters and vehicles of the era.
Donuts N Justice Review Cons:
- No replay value.
- Very short game.
- The platinum trophy is basically given away.
- No online co-op.
- Cannot rebind controls.
- Never straightforward on how you save hostages.
- The game doesn’t explain all the rules and mechanics at play.
- No character select.
Donuts N Justice:
Developer: FobTi Interactive
Publisher: Ratalaika Games S.L.
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 7/107/10
- Accessibility - 7/107/10
- Length - 6/106/10
- Fun Factor - 7/107/10
Donuts N Justice is a very simple game, you play as one of the two 80s era cops, your playground is a collection of five locations and you traverse it via auto-scrolling. You can move all around and shooting is done with a simple left or right button press. The formula for progression is simply a case of killing bad guys, saving hostages, and picking up the variety of guns and enhancements as you go! In-play it’s basic but gets the job done, trophy hunters will love how it takes less than an hour to nail the Platinum. You can click the main game in half-hour easily as it only has five boss fights across the four locations. Make life easier for yourself by buying the many hats that grant powers such as earn money faster or move faster, it’s again all very basic but it works. I came away from Donuts N Justice thinking it was fine for a quick blast but I would never go back and there is little reason to even contemplate such a thing.