Conclusion: The game is just as interesting and arresting visually as it is to play. I love the way certain developers use the PSP hardware to create completely unique looks. In 300 the characters are simple in geometry but the capes are beautifully animated, as are the attacks. There are no visible seams (save for the occasional close-up encounter) and the backgrounds are filled with spectacular touches such as layered clouds, crashing waves and nicely simulated seas.
Excerpt: 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 the latest film-based videogames is 300: March to Glory , from Warner Bros, which is based on the film, 300 . So is the transition from film to game a successful one for this visually stunning film?
Summary: In 300: March to Glory, based on Warner Bros. Pictures' motion picture, players take on the role of King Leonidas, who leads the brave 300 Spartans against Xerxes and his massive Persian army in a battle to determine the very fate of western civilization.
Summary: 300: March to Glory is a poor action title based on a very entertaining movie. The developers really needed to spend a lot more time working on this game before release - like, maybe another year or two? Very average.
Conclusion: 300: March To Glory is dus de zoveelste onnodige filmlicentiegame. Echt slecht is het nu ook weer niet, maar waarom geld uitgeven aan een eentonige, onoriginele game als er zoveel betere games op de PSP te vinden zijn?