TeamXBox writes: "Talk about a dream come true: James Silva went from submitting a game to Microsoft's Dream-Build-Play contest, to winning said contest, to having his XBLA title on Xbox Live Marketplace.
Now, going under the name Ska Studios, James' one-man operation is seeing the release of the award-winning The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai this week. Although some of you may have played The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai in various stages of its development, this version is the real-deal: complete Achievements, the required "how to play" instructions and a full 800 Microsoft Point asking price (or about $10). You even get local/Live multiplayer, a Horde-style Challenge arena and a straight-up points-based Arcade mode. You can play the trial version via Marketplace now, but the real question: Is Dead Samurai worth the amount of dead presidents required to purchase it?"