Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae can be easily written off as a Japanese fanservice filled nightmare but never fear, there are plenty of other reasons to write this game off!
In Mitsurugi you play as Misa, a high school student who is also a demon hunter of some kind, who is attempting to slay a demonic blade who has taken her friend Suzuka, when it comes to Japanese B-Movie plots, it's an alright premise if a little paper thin on the actual story and by the end you really learn nothing about Misa, Suzuka, or the sword, as the story fails to go further then just being there so you can have an excuse to hack up people.
Speaking of hacking up people lets talk about gameplay, despite what it may look like in screenshots, this is not Devil May Cry or Bayonetta, you do not have a wide array of moves and attacks, you have sword attacks that drain a meter, kicks that refill said meter, and that is about it, combos don't really exist and in the end you learn that the charge moves do more damage then you could ever need anyway and leave little reason to do much else, and your biggest problem will be fighting with the controls and camera half the time anyway.
If I had to compare this game to something else it would be the Oneechanbara series, but that is not really a complement, this game is dull, short, unimaginative, and repetitive, you fight in six levels that amount to nothing but a single, circular arena with some background changes, fighting the same dull, easy enemies over and over using the same attacks over and over and by the end you gain nothing from the plot or gameplay, even for an independent game this is nothing special, stay away.
Unless you like panty shots or something, perv.