Archers shoot way too fast, and the ratio of them to swordsmen is about 1:1, which makes the game unpleasantly hard. There's zero visual cue as to when an enemy is going to attack, which is the only thing that made the first game even remotely playable.
Worst of all, the game is glitchy. Enemies that I've already killed continue their attack animation. The framerate is choppy. It's an incredibly unpolished game.
Okay, who here has absolutely no control over the movements of their ankles? Anyone? Anyone at all? Ah, yes. You, in the back. Would you like to run the 100 meter dash for us in the olympics? Really? Right-O. Sure you'll do fine.