Before I started writing this review, after conquering several stages, I had a snazzy intro pieced together in my mind. I was going to emphasize how action-packed Onikira: Demon Killer is and ride that pony to the finish line. I planned to use various synonyms for "slash," talk about hacking demons to bits, and discuss how Jiro is an awesome protagonist (and demon hunter) that everyone should emulate. I would have used some pretentious vocabulary to purr over the games terrific art design and the harrowing tale it tells. And while all of that would have been true, my plans were shot once I ran into some of the game's technical flaws.