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Submitted by gamerlive 670d ago | article

Spartacus Cast Discuss War Of The Damned And Spartacus Video Games

Forbes -- Unfortunately, the hit Starz TV series, Spartacus, is coming to an end this season. In addition to the glistening gladiators battling to the death with gallons of gore and innovative dismemberment, along with a healthy dose of sex and nudity; fans have been able to engage with this franchise through an assortment of mobile, Facebook and online video games.

For this final season, Spartacus: War of the Damned has partnered with Ubisoft for a downloadable console fighting game, Spartacus Legends. In addition, the TV network has unleashed a social game, Battle For Nuceria (www.battlefornuceria.com), which offers new ways for fans to connect with the show that was created by Steven S. DeKnight (watch video below). (Kung Fu Factory, PC, PS3, Spartacus Legends, Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, Ubisoft, Xbox 360)

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jagiii  +   669d ago
Can't wait for this game.

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