Mixed or average reviews - based on 31 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 31
  2. Negative: 10 out of 31
  1. Truly a generic licensed game gone wrong.
  2. This game version sadly falls in the worst of all three media releases behind the graphic novel, and motion picture.
  3. 40
    As depictions of large battles go its probably the least epic I've ever seen, hampered by an engine that seems unable to cope with more than ten or twelve characters on screen at once and some of the most soul destroyingly boring combat you'll find it manages to take a fantastic premise and some of the most visually striking source material around to produce a game that will be filling bargain bins around the country within weeks.
  4. 25
    The broken controls, derivative enemies, and maddening attack moves remove any ounce of fun. The saving graces are the cut-scenes, but we don't even play that part. So in short, it's at its best when you're not touching the controls, and when a game plays this badly, you don't want to.
  5. While the stylized cut scenes do a decent job of re-imagining the original comic artwork, the in-game graphics are blocky. Worse yet, they’re simply generic, evoking none of the turbo-charged, blood-soaked style of either the comic or the movie.
  6. 45
    If you took a "Dynasty Warriors" game and stripped away every redeeming quality, you would more or less end up with March to Glory.
  7. The button mashing game play bears a resemblance to Koei's Dynasty Warriors series, but with poorly applied phalanx and stealth segments thrown on top. The graphics look shoddy, particularly with the constant barrage of arrows and sloppy animation.
  8. No frills? No thrills, more like. [June 2007, p.105]
  9. 40
    It has moments of inspired violence, and the story it tells is engaging, but there is too much monotony to the gameplay to make it addictive.

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