"If you have a good memory, you might remember a mediocre hack and slash game that went by the name of X-Blades (review here) that came out in 2009 for both the PS3 and Xbox 360. The game wasn’t any good as it suffered from bad repetition in gameplay, location designs and combat. At least the anime inspired graphics were nice to look at, and the main character, Ayumi, was created with a sexy, cute anime girl look with a costume that rendered her G-string invisible, displaying all her bottom in full glory for the world to see. It’s not often a company gets a second chance to fix problems with a game, but Gaijin Entertainment is back with Blades of Time, a spiritual successor to X-Blades. It stars the same character, but with a complete different design and art style, this second chance can only be for the better, right?"