Summary: I for one am surprised by the bad reviews from the "professional" game reviewers. It looks like they're rating this game based on something it never set out to be. To me, a bad game is a game that fails at what it sets out to do, and Blade Kitten does exactly what it sets out to do. It's a fun casual hack and slash platformer with an adorable protagonist and cutesy characters in cell shaded levels.
Summary: A bad game? NOTE EVEN CLOSE. I for one absolutely loved this game, and for one major reason. No, it wasn't just because of Skiffy, It was because of the sheer weirdness that this game possessed, and it was this weird factor that kept me enjoying and laughing through the whole game, I don't even care if it was a little poorly made, I loved the story and everything else about this game, there is no way that this is a waste of any body's time.
Summary: Mediocre in every possible way, not much else to say. If you are an underage female you may add +1 to the score, another +1 if you are a fan of catgirls, and another +1 if you never played a good platformer.
Summary: I've played a lot worse, like Super Mario Brother Wii. The game style is cell shaded so it looks decent. Better than most modern games anyway, at least you can see where you're going and not get confused with all the brown. You buy your weapon upgrades and can earn money really fast if you just repeat a level over and over thus ridding the game of any challenge it might have originally had, The costumes are good and the main character is likable if you like **** and...
Summary: Cute is definitely the term to use in describing this title. There are several good things, a few bad things. First and foremost, is it fun? I would think so. The combat system is pretty basic in that essentially you are spam slashing your blade with not much sense of combos (though you could manually chain a few attacks for sexy results). The real fun occurs when you sprint forward and spam your attack button. I personally found that to be fun. The voice acting is good.
Summary: Very fun platformer, with a lot of charm. If you like old-school 2D games like Strider, you can't beat it for $10. Kit is very agile and fun to control. The combat is pretty simple, but no more so than most games in this genre. The mixed reviews I see it getting don't make any sense to me. It's a $10 indie game with 2D platformer gameplay, and they are criticizing it for not living up to the expectations they would have for a $60 AAA title. Ridiculous.
Summary: I thought this would be OK till I played it. Terrible design, predictable levels and boring game play. The graphics style is uninspired and the dead end level design is annoying. My advice is to avoid it and spend your money on something good.
Summary: Blade Kitten is a great game for kids. My 9 year old daughter loves it. She says its cool. The protagonist has numerous outfits and weapons that are purchased with the currency accumulated during game play. She also has a small pet (like a dog) and gets to ride a small dinosaur (like a horse). Both of these creatures help her to complete the quest. This is an action platform game that is devoid of blood, gore, and intense violence.
Summary: This is a cute game, if you like anime and or side scrolling games. she has I believe 12 Outfits to change into and several different swords you can eventually buy with game progression. The voice acting is especially nice. I feel my 14.99 was NOT wasted. It is cute.