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4.67 stars 4.67/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews spread across 2 releases and 0 DLC

Ultra violence at its best 0

  The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile is a downloadable title for XBLA. There are two playable characters in the game; The Dishwasher and his psychotic stepsister Yuki. Depending on which character you choose you will have a slightly different story. That doesn’t mean much though as every environment, enemy and boss fight is the exact same no matter which you choose. Yuki’s story is basically a revenge story. She was framed and was punished for a crime she did not commit. Thus, she is hunting down the...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Awesome 2D Hack n' Slash is Awesome 0

If you still have an inner 13 year old, you'll LOVE this game. If you're 13 years old you're also likely to love this game. The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile is an excessively emo hack n' slash n' rip n' tear game that because of its art style, you might be embarrassed to admit you like. But if you enjoy really fast action games which make your thumbs scream for mercy then you'll love this game even if you're an adult who thinks they're too old to enjoy something so emo looking.Vampire Smile is the ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Slashing With Style 0

The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile can initially be a bit of an off-putting game. It centers on Yuki, a troubled young woman who, under your guidance, must exact revenge against three businessmen who wronged her. During this journey, she will carve a bloody swath through robotic ninjas, zombies, robots, teleporting secret agents, mutants, and numerous other abominations. On the moon. And sometimes she will take a break to whip out her violin, which for some reason sounds like an electric guitar, and...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Fast action, stylish presentation, all awesome 0

I've been a big fan of games with distinctive art styles though I'm not really sure where it comes from. Maybe it's just interest in different forms of animation and painting but I'm always attracted that has a style that's distinctly theirs. The original Dishwasher, titled Dead Samurai, was a pretty good effort with some fast combat action, a bizarrely attractive art style and a rather incomprehensible plot. Oh but it had cool guitar solos in the form of a PaRappa the Rapper style mini-game. Th...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The Dishwasher Vampire Smile Review 0

The Dishwasher Vampire Smile is from Ska Studios and is the follow up to The Dishwasher for the XBOX Live Arcade. In this version of the game you'll get to choose between the Dishwasher and the Prisoner (Yuki). You'll get to take out your revenge utilizing one of these characters for what has truly happened to the world. You'll be running through very mute looking environments that are just begging to be redecorated with those who will fall.Graphically at first you'll think that there wasn't muc...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

An extremely polished, deliciously violent XBLA gem. 0

The ShortPros- Takes every issue I had with The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai and fixes them.- Two characters, each with unique weapon sets and playstyles- Each character has their own story mode, and while they aren't particularly unique they are different enough- Arcade mode is back and better than ever- Co-op throughout, and it's less broken- Wider scope of difficulties and improved continue system eliminates most frustration- Weapons are much better balanced and have a better variety- Graphics ar...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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