300: Seize Your Glory



    300: Seize Your Glory's review

    Published: 2014-03-06, by Janel.

    Lead your men to defend your vessel from the onslaught of Persian enemies

    • Outstanding, realistic graphics
    • Bloody in the best way
    • Squads of half-nude Greeks
    • You're on a boat
    • Would love more variety in level design

    "Sailors with sixpacks who slaughter"

    If you name your kid "Themistokles," there's just no way he's not going to grow up to be a kickin' war hero. Command your hardened legions through war at sea in Warner Bros. International Enterprises' 300: Seize Your Glory.

    The Persians are climbing aboard your rickety wooden vessel from all sides akin to wet rats; slash them to bits and pieces using power and combo moves with your bloodthirsty sword. You've got a shield, but more important is what you haven't got - fear. A squadron of your own brothers-in-arms accompanies you in battle, but you're the main event here. Activate a ka-POW killer move to view one of many slick cutscenes demonstrating how you dominate enemy after enemy.

    Sound like a testosterone party? Pretty much - although we're talking about scores of half-nude Adonises battered by the rough seas, which for some reason ends up being mighty intriguing for hetero females as well.

    The graphics are gorgeously gory; they're rendered perfectly to run smoothly on high-powered devices. It really does manage to impart something of the rough-and-tumble feel of the stormy seas.

    It would be splendid if there were more variety in the level design - could they land on a deserted island at some point? Upgrade to a yacht? But it's a free game, and we'll slash what we can get.

    Warner Bros. International Enterprises' 300: Seize Your Glory is fresh, bloody, and satisfying. Hack and slash a few Persians on a boat this afternoon.

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    by Janel , Appszoom

    Mar 06, 2014


    Play 300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE - SEIZE YOUR GLORY and help Greek general Themistokles unite all of Greece by stopping the invading forces led by Artemisia, vengeful commander of the Persian navy.  

    300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE, A new chapter of the epic saga takes the action to a fresh - battlefield - on the sea - starring Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green, Lena Headey, Hans Matheson & Rodrigo Santoro. In theaters March 7!

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