Indie game developer Ska Studios has decided to take inspiration from Peter Molyneux and review its own upcoming game, The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai. Accusing the game of "Falling short of our expectations, and not even looking good while doing so," the XBLA title scored a 1/10 and some damning criticism.
Wow, that's pretty rough. Looks like The Dishwasher isn't worth your time, money or consideration. Clearly the time I spent playing and enjoying it was a cruel trick by Ska, building up my anticipation for the game before knocking it down like a flimsy house of cards. With creator James Silva clearly unable to make games due to how crap they are, even if they look brilliant, I expect that this unskilled designer will soon be looking for employment elsewhere.
... And if that's the case, I think I have a place on my reviews team.
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