Iron Man 2: The Video Game Previews - PSP

Game Description:A third-person action-adventure shooter, Iron Man 2: The Videogame teams the finesse of Iron Man with the brute strength of War Machine, who makes his grandest appearance as a playable character in any video game to date. An original story, co-written by Eisner award winning Iron Man comic author Matt Fraction, introduces players to popular Marvel Super Villains exclusive to the game, such as Crimson Dynamo.
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    Marvel: The Next Generation of Marvel Video Games Comic-Con 2009 Archive

    Read the archived live blog from the Comic-Con 2009 panel.

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