Indie Games: The Dishwasher Interview

GameTap interviewed a dozen indie studios to showcase the talented teams from across the world who are making games in their garages and dorm rooms. In this interview GameTap speaks with James Silva, the creator of The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai, a macabre side-scrolling beat-em-up that grabbed the gaming media's attention at GDC 08 with its artsy violence and solid two-player co-op gameplay.

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Skerj3965d ago

Silva and Mak are my heroes, I personally can't wait for this game to come out as it's like the best thing to ever happen to XBLA.

Snoozer2823965d ago

I couldn't agree more. It looks so unique, fresh and full of shine.

Skerj3965d ago

Hah I still play the demo, to my surprise it still works even though I didn't think it would.

hades073965d ago

Ive yet to play this game but I have seen tons of movies and can't wait for it to come out, actually inspired me and some friends to currently make a game with xna, or try at least haha. I think this game actually inspired lots of people.