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Iron Man Previews - PS2

Game Description:Pretty much indestructible. That's what you'll be when playing as Iron Man, the storied Marvel Comics hero. As Iron Man, you're the only weapon you'll need. Do battle - alone - against tanks, jets, Super Villains, and other enemies. Create attacks by directing power to different parts of Iron Man's suit. Open-ended battlefields are crazy and chaotic, filled with challenges designed to rattle even the most super of heroes. Go beyond the film and enter the universe of the Marvel Comic as you move seamlessly between land combat and air combat in the game's open world.
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    Preview: Iron Man

    X-Play

    X-Play gets a sneak peek at the game version of the highly anticipated summer movie, Iron Man.

    Posted: Apr 30, 2008 | 5,579 Views | 01:10 | 3 Comments


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    X-Play First Look: Iron Man

    X-Play

    Check out X-Play's first look at the Iron Man videogame, coming soon for all major platforms.

    Posted: Mar 17, 2008 | 14,294 Views | 01:07 | 11 Comments


  • Iron Man Review

    Posted: May 7, 2008

    11,282 Views | 02:38 | 7 Comments

  • Iron Man - Making of The Game: Wii

    Posted: May 7, 2008

    2,885 Views | 06:55

  • Preview: Iron Man

    Posted: April 30, 2008

    5,579 Views | 01:10 | 3 Comments

  • Iron Man - Developer Diary

    Posted: April 21, 2008

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  • Iron Man Demo Gameplay

    Posted: April 18, 2008

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