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300: March to Glory (PSP)

300: March to Glory (PSP)
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Jul, 2014

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300: March to Glory (PSP)

 

If you buy only one action game starring a Spartan warrior this year, don't make it 300: March to Glory. If you buy two, then maybe pay 300 a bit of consideration. Based on the upcoming Zack Snyder film (which is itself a retelling of Frank Miller's...

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300: March to Glory Review

 

300: March to Glory for the PSP is a fun hack and slash game that complements the film it is based on.

Of course, reading some of the above when it comes to the gameplay elements, you may wonder how this game got the grade it received, but with fun, yet simple, execution, 300: March to Glory is the perfect PSP game for a roadtrip or as an alternative to...

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300: March to Glory review for the PSP

 

God of boring.

Good-looking cut scenes; Amped music

Generic game graphics; Generic game play; Button mashing

Traditions are a wonderful thing. Whether it's gathering the family to decorate the Christmas tree or serving the Thanksgiving turkey, the predictability of traditions brings order and comfort to the frazzled chaos of today's crazy times. The world of...

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300: March to Glory Review

 

This... is... Sparta? The 300 deserve better.

Sadly, these top-notch features get weighed down by some poor additions, the phalanx and stealth stages. The stealth sections force Leonidas to sneak around, avoiding a Persian assault and slicing up guards. It sounds great, but these stages suffer...

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300: March to Glory Review

 

Like the movie and graphic novel that inspired this game, 300: March to Glory is ultra violent and interesting but as a game it just doesn't offer enough variety to be much fun for long

Like the movie and graphic novel that inspired this game, 300: March to Glory is ultra violent and interesting but as a game it just doesn't offer enough variety to be much fun for long. This is really too bad since the game does manage to cram in some...

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300: March to Glory

 

When it comes to videogames based on films, many gamers realize that the transition between the two isn't usually as successful as one might hope. While there have been some good movie-based games out there, generally the move is a little bumpy. One of...

After seeing and loving the 300 film, it's hard to not feel a little disappointed by the videogame. While the violence and gore of the film seems to have carried over to the game, the repetitive and dull combat and lack of replay weighs heavily on the...

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300: March to Glory

 

Based on the novel by Frank Miller and the 2007 film by Zack Snyder, 300: March to Glory invites game room gladiators to slice their way through the Persian army as the king Leonidas or as the leader of the phalanx unit in the Spartan army. Gamers must na

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300 March to Glory

 

300 March to Glory is inspired by the blockbuster Warner Bros movie "300" which revolves around the tale of King Leonidas and his army of 300 as he staves off Xerxes and his Persian army. Gamers are transformed into this legendary King as he attempts...

the 300 March to Glory is a must have game on the PSP, provided you are interested in the action fighting genre or even those that thoroughly enjoyed the movie. The gameplay does become a little repetitive after awhile but the storyline will hopefully...

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300: March to Glory

 

March too gory?

Certainly there's never been an easier time to hear of about it, thanks to modern capitalism's excellence at spinning a good yarn into a thousand different mediums to be sold and resold

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300: March To Glory (PSP) review

 

It's actually just three on a stroll

300 is a poor effort that has just about enough about it to entertain for the briefest of moments. You’d have no idea it was attached to one of the most stylish epics ever made if it weren’t for the name.

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