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Inspired by 300, the upcoming Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures film directed by Zack Snyder and based on the Frank Miller graphic novel, 300: March to Glory follows King Leonidas, who along with his 300 brave Spartan soldiers battle to stave off Xerxes and his tyrannous Persian army in an epic retelling of the ancient Battle of Thermopylae.  Armed with sword, shield and spear, players will help decide the fate of western civilization by slashing, decapitating and savagely mutilating all that stands in their path.   

300: March to Glory is perfect for the blood-hungry 18-44 male audience, packed with intense fight scenes, surreal environments and highly graphic violence.

The game is set to be unleashed in March 2007 exclusively for the PSP.
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