We know what to expect when a Ratalaika Games title crops up – a cheap price, a ton of easy Gamerscore and a relatively simple playthrough. But that’s not all that is coming our way this time around, as Ratalaika serve up a snack of Donuts’N’Justice.
Perhaps not our most wanted snack – although donuts will never be ignored – Donuts’N’Justice arrives on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch thanks to a collab between Ratalaika and the development team at &FobTi Interactive to deliver players the chance to enjoy some copy based arcade attitude.
Priced at £4.99, Donuts’N’Justice focuses efforts on two charming coppers as they go about trying to make a difference in their community. Tough guy antiheroes, these two will come together as a daring duo, blasting away punks and taking down the head honchos of the crime syndicates that are terrorising the streets.
Promising to provide simple gaming goodness, Donuts’N’Justice comes with easy to handle controls, pure arcade action, two-player local cooperative play and some gorgeous handcrafted pixel visuals. With more than 14 types of bad guys to take down, menacing boss fights and the chance to take in some thrilling car chases (what cop experience would be complete without a car chase!), Donuts ‘N’ Justice may well provide a decent appeal.
If you’re interested, the Xbox Store will happily provide the relevant download the way of Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S players, the PlayStation Store will do similar for those on PS4 and PS5, whilst Nintendo Switch folk should pay a visit to the Nintendo eShop.
Keep an eye out for our full review of Donuts’N’Justice on Xbox soon too.
Our two policemen are charming tough guy antiheroes who hate criminals, and together they’re shooting to make a difference in their community. Blast ammo or toss grenades at hoodlum punks, and take down the head honchos of the syndicates terrorizing these streets. Take on over 14 types of enemies including dangerous biker gangs, aliens, as well as menacing boss fights, and thrilling car chases.