James Silva has gained a reputation for creating some of the most unique indie gaming experiences out there today. In 2007 he even won an Xbox Live publishing contract at the Dream-Build-Play competition. The game he entered into the contest was The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai – a blood-filled rampage that acquired quite a cult following. Returning with a brand new engine, Silva's sequel to Dead Samurai delivers on everything we have come to expect from one of his games. Picture this; take zombies, slaughter, gore and retro gaming, put them all into a blender and crank the settings to maximum. Then overload the circuits. The resulting product erupting from our metaphorical blender is an outstanding beat 'em up, aka The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile.