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Dishwasher: Dead Samurai features Joystiq-inspired 'Peter Moore Achievement'

Dustin Burg
March 2, 2009
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When upcoming XBLA title The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai releases later this year, it'll come packaged with the sweet gaming aroma of X3F Joystiq. That's because one of The Dishwasher's Achievements, "The Peter Moore Achievement", was actually inspired by team Joystiq.

As the story goes, back during episode 044 of the Xbox 360 Fancast, we got the opportunity to interview Dishwasher (and recently released ZP2K9) developer James Silva. During our conversation, we recommended adding a Peter Moore Achievement based on Dishwasher's guitar riff gameplay, an idea that paid respect to Mr. Moore's notoriously botched E307 Rock Band performance (when he accidentally pressed the 360's guide button while rocking out). Well, it looks like Silva took us up on our achievement idea, which means we have another award to add to our "Achievements Named by Joystiq - Trophy Case of Success."

Fancy Achievement artwork, name and description can be viewed after the break.

Gallery: The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai - Guitar Gameplay | 3 Photos


The Peter Moore Achievment (8GS)
- Pay homage to one of our generation's greatest rock performances ever.






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