Review of The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile
One of the finest games this year could easily be The Dishwater: Vampire Smile with its splatter of violent entertainment. For one the game has flashy action though there is a copious amount of blood at the end of each action. The design gets the scenarios of the game quite a closeness to reality and with its effectiveness, both online and offline, makes the game a value for money.
Vampire Smile is a sequel to The Dishwasher which had the sparks missing and therefore did not last long in the gaming arena. The original game had certain potentials, through that the sequel develops on and builds further making it a much more interesting and engrossing game. Combating a virtual figure in the virtual world could not be more realistic than that which occurs in this game given the smooth controls and the animations that the game makers have indulged in.
The previous version had the missing element of identity which the present sequel has added and that which benefits the ghastly activities that the player has to perform to progress in the game. This grim background is set by the game’s outstanding visuals. The horror that has been depicted through the opening scenes is perfect to set the player in the mood of the game.
The player gets to choose either the Prisoner or the Dishwasher character. The levels each have the same fights and same enemy characters. There is however a difference in the view that the player gets depending on the character chosen. This makes the game interesting for a comeback, and replayed using the other character this time round.
This is an apt game for those enthusiasts who search for the darker side of soul represented in the games they play. The negative aspects in the game are far and few and go by unnoticed. So, this weekend put your worries related to your work worries such as choosing the right payroll or timesheet software out of your mind, and indulge in this game.
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