The first thing that stands out about Blade Kissed is the strange formatting. It's an excel chart in a pdf. This takes a little acclimating to, however the game itself is thematically really solid.
In Blade Kissed, you're a lady with a sword. You're also fighting a lady with a sword, who you *hate*, but also she's maybe really hot and you don't have a good way of communicating that to her, which on reflection might be why you're fighting.
As the above might indicate, Blade Kissed is EXTREMELY flirt-focused. Like really extremely very. If anything, I'm under-emphasizing it.
There are mechanics for focusing in on different moments during the swordfight, and the mechanics are relatively light, but the moments are notably spicy.
So if you want to play a game where you're drenched in sweat and you have your blade under a hot duelist's chin and they're staring defiantly back at you, furious at the imbalance in power (or alternately you're in the same situation but the positions are switched,) this is that game.
If you don't want to play a game that's about flirting at maximum velocity, this may not be for you.
Otherwise, it's cool and it's well written, and it's worth checking out.