Conclusion: EdIt: Now only a mere $5, it's even more worth it. Summary Blade Kitten won't amaze or dazzle you with exciting new concepts. But what it does, it does fairly well. Solid platforming with great exploration and a good amount of content makes this a solid purchasing if you're OK with simpler, easier...
Summary: Blade Kitten is an appealing bright little downloadable 2D platformer that offers an adorable main character who's half cat and half cute girl, bubblegum bright colors, and an overall charming, funny, and colorful vibe.
Pros: Cel-shaded style graphics are bubblegum bright and colorful, Reliable Controls and well-done animations, Extensive exploration
Cons: Lack of difficulty and enemies are easily defeated, Long levels adds up to repetitive gameplay and boredom, Weapon, health and costume upgrades useless in gameplay
Excerpt: Cutting through waves of enemies like they’re paper and navigating relatively linear levels at a furious clip can be rewarding, as anyone who’s set a game’s challenge slider to “casual” can attest.
Summary: The adage about cats always landing on their feet doesn't ring true for Blade Kitten. At first glance, the game looks to have plenty of kitty grace, thanks to its spunky protagonist and pretty visuals.
Pros: Kit is an appealing character, Looks good
Cons: Dull platforming and uninvolving action, Poor story, No real challenge, Some glitches
Conclusion: With characters set to appeal to a specific audience, some may find Kit and her supporting cast more obnoxious than likeable. The tale is muddled and poorly executed, the action is unremarkable, and yet, for all its issues, Blade Kitten is still a playable game with enough sugary-sweet style to...
Conclusion: Blade Kitten is an enjoyable, albeit short experience. Considering the game was broken down into episodes, it’s quite understandable. Depending on if you are simply trying to beat the game or are looking to acquire everything humanly possible in the game, it can last anywhere from 4-12 hours.