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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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  • Marvel Promises: No More Crappy Games

    Marvel Executive Vice President of Global Digital Media Group Ira Rubenstein has a promise for worried gamers: No more crappy Marvel-based video games. "We are not doing movie-based games anymore," Rubenstein told Joystiq after Sony's GamesCom press conference. "Actually, wait ... we are not doing crappy movie-based games...

    Posted August 19, 2009

    Marvel Promises: No More Crappy Games
  • Sega Announces Iron Man 2 Video Game, Apologizes For The First Game

    Watch Larger Version | Watch HD Version Updated: Debut Trailer It was only a matter of time before Sega revealed it was working on an Iron Man 2 video game, but it's not often a company takes time during its announcement press release to apologize for the quality (or complete lack thereof, in this case) of he previous video game. Yet,...

    Posted July 22, 2009

    Sega Announces Iron Man 2 Video Game, Apologizes For The First Game
  • 'Iron Man' Comic-Con Trailer

    Okay, if the movie tie-in game Iron Man comes out and is really bad, I'm going to look stupid, but still: Check out this blazin' trailer scheduled to be shown at Comic-Con this year. Watch Larger Version of this Video Hot, right? The game comes out cross-platform on May 2.

    Posted April 16, 2008| 13 Comments

    'Iron Man' Comic-Con Trailer
  • 'Iron Man' Screens

    Check out the screens for Iron Man. We're not usually jazzed by videogame/movie tie-ins, but we're making an exception for Iron Man. The cross-platform game comes out on May 2nd. Here's a gallery.

    Posted April 15, 2008| 9 Comments

    'Iron Man' Screens
  • 'Iron Man' Voice Cast Announced

    The videogame based on the upcoming Marvel film Iron Man has a voice cast, and it closely resembles the actual cast of the film, featuring Robert Downey, Jr, Terrance Howard, and Shaun Toub reprising their roles from the film. The game will be released on May 2nd, which is the same day the film comes out in theaters. Iron Man is described as a...

    Posted March 20, 2008| 9 Comments

    'Iron Man' Voice Cast Announced
  • 'Iron Man' Trailer

    Late breaking: Check out the Iron Man trailer. The game will come out this summer, to go along with the movie and is out on every platform you can think of. Except Colecovision. Watch Larger Version of this Video

    Posted March 14, 2008| 15 Comments

    'Iron Man' Trailer
  • Marvel VP of Games Production TQ Jefferson

    Posted: July 25, 2012

    18,524 Views | 06:36

  • 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

    2,301 Views | 03:20 | 1 Comment


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