SKA Studios has announced that two of their Xbox 360 titles, The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile and Charlie Murder will be heading to Steam. The best part is that you don't have to wait long: both games will be coming tomorrow.
The first of the games is The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile. Released in 2011 as a sequel to The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai (which, at the time, appears to still be exclusive to the 360), the game follows the story of The Dishwasher and his vampire stepsister Yuki as they each end up on the Moon to fight an army of cyborgs. Both have their own personal goals, but ultimately follow similar paths of destruction. The game plays like a 2D Devil May Cry, with the player stringing together lengthy and stylish combos using a variety of absurd and unique weaponry. You can also play the game co-op with one player taking control of The Dishwasher while the other plays as Yuki.
The second game is Charlie Murder. Originally released in 2013, the game is a beat 'em up/RPG hybrid where you guide members of a punk rock band during the apocalypse as they try to save the world from a rival death metal band. You can play the game co-op with up to four players, and also join in on competitive PVP arenas to take on others. The game also features occasional rhythm segments that see your band playing some of their songs by using the buttons on your controller.
Both games will be released tomorrow at the price of $10 each. SKA will also introduce the Skallection Bundle which will include both games along with their 2D Souls-like Salt and Sanctuary (which you can read our impressions of here) for 15% off. No word yet on if they'll be hitting PlayStation 4 or Xbox One soon as well.