Xbox Evolved: The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai Interview

Xbox Evolved's Jason Solorzano interviews James Silva, the creator of The Dishwasher Dead Samurai. Since its unveiling and demo that hit the XNA marketplace, fans and media alike have been long waiting this game.

We get to talk about a couple of subjects:

- Who is the Dishwasher?
- Xbox Live's Certification Process Requirements and Limitations
- Coding for XNA
- About Porting The Dishwasher to other consoles
- What new titles is his working on?

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Blaze9293406d ago

Good freakin read. Cant wait to get my hands on this game

JasonXE3406d ago

Thanks. The editing hurt my fingers. Glad i got it out.

KionicWarlord2223406d ago

so finaly this games coming this year. it took awhile but it made it. can believe this guy was practically a one man show lol

JasonXE3406d ago

and he done it within 2 years. Kinda amazing but he did say 2-d is alot quicker than 3-d.

KionicWarlord2223406d ago

i hope he continues making games after this. hopefuly this title will sell well.

Skerj3406d ago

I loved this game so much when I got to play it last year, it's been hovering near the top of my anticipation list so I can't wait until it hits. Hell I wouldn't mind paying 1600 points for it even.

JasonXE3406d ago

We were having a small discussion about the price that I left out. Since it was being developed with XNA you think it would be a community game but it end up being a xbla game. If it was xna it probably would of been 800ms points since that is the limit. I thought it was kinda funny but being a xbla made the game better with achievements and polished. I probably except it to be 1200 or 1600, idk.