Charlie Murder and The Dishwasher Vampire Smile are now on Steam. Ska Studios’ indie beat-em-ups finally made it off of Xbox Live Arcade and onto PC yesterday, and if you enjoyed Salt and Sanctuary or like the idea of Edward Gorey meets violent side-scroller, definitely check them out.
Salt and Sanctuary is still coming to the Vita. At least according to a recent blog post from the developer, Ska Studios, who wrote yesterday that the team is hoping for the Vita version to arrive sometime in March. The game originally released in March of last year as a totally excellent 2D Souls-like.
The PlayStation Vita has made some great strides recently, and it doesn't look like Sony is slowing down anytime soon. The company just announced a handful of new titles that will be coming to the mobile console, and they all seem very promising.
The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile, an Xbox 360-only indie game that a Russian pirate "ported" over to PC as "a restoration of justice" will get an official PC release, the game's studio said this evening.
Some Russian hacker, unilaterally deciding that PC gamers have the inalienable right to play the 2011 Xbox 360 game The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile (pictured), just up and ported the thing, saying "This is not piracy, this is restoration of justice."
What's black and white and red all over and it'll stretch a bloody smile across the face of any hack-and-slash gamer's face? It's Ska Studios The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile, and if you're fast enough you might find your own copy lurking in this article.
Not one but two plushies based on upcoming Xbox Live Arcade titles have shown up on my doorstep today. Which is more huggable? March 30's Islands of Wakfu platypus, or the incredibly violent Dishwasher from April 6's Vampire Smile?
"I think it's beautiful," indie game developer James Silva says of the scenes of bloody violence he has hand-drawn for his upcoming video game, The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile. Can you see the beauty amid the crimson and cutting here?
Ska Studios is better known for Xbox Live Arcade title The Dishwasher, but they're no slouch at creating Xbox Indie Games either, having just surpassed 200,0000 sales for dual-stick shooter I MAED A GAM3 W1TH Z0MB1ES 1N IT!!!1.
Ska Studios takes The Dishwasher to a "bigger, better, and more badass level" in The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile, coming to Xbox Live Arcade "when it's done," with visitors to PAX East getting their first look at the game next month.
Between the 100% non-organic label and the sudden appearance of a countdown clock, I get the feeling the bottle of Fervor Shine! dish washing liquid I received from The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai developer Ska Studios isn't a real product.
James Silva has taken time out from his busy coding schedule to blog about some of the different ways you will be able to slice foes in his XBLA kill 'em up The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai.