Tony Stark had it all: a genius mind, fame, and even multinational corporation. But his life would soon change forever. During a routine weapons test in the Middle East, power-hungry ... See full synopsis »



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Cast overview:
Tony Stark (voice)
Yinsen (voice)
Boris Bullski / Titanium Man / Russian Soldier (voice)
Bruno Horgan / Melter / Informant (DS version) (voice)
Marc Scarlotti / Whiplash / Stark Engineer (voice)
Gillon Stephenson ...
Jarvis (voice)
Whitney Frost / Madame Masque (voice)
Controller / AIM Soldier / Tutorial (voice)


Tony Stark had it all: a genius mind, fame, and even multinational corporation. But his life would soon change forever. During a routine weapons test in the Middle East, power-hungry militants led a violent ambush against Tony and claimed him as their prisoner. Armed with Stark Industries weaponry, Tony's new foes demanded he construct a new ultimate weapon for them. Instead, with the help of fellow captive Yinsen, Tony built his own ultimate weapon -- a powerful suit of armor that served as the key to his heroic escape.

After returning home, Tony's near-death experience drastically altered his outlook on life. The attack against Tony -- with his own creations, no less -- inspired him to cease production of all Stark Industries weapons, despite Stane. And that wasn't all. Aided by his charming assistant, Pepper Potts, and equipped with a new suit even more advanced than the one used in his escape, Tony took it upon himself to destroy Stark weapons in enemy hands -- personally. He ...

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In the Neffaria Manor mission, Iron Man asks Whitney Frost if she would like to wear a mask. In the comics, Whitney Frost is also known as Madame Masque, and she wears a golden mask to cover a scar over his face. See more »


[after completing the Mark I suit]
Tony Stark: Look at it. It's gorgeous.
Yinsen: Very nice, Stark. Our captors will love it.
Tony Stark: It's not for them. It's for us. We're getting out of here.
Yinsen: Ah, I see. And what happens with this?
Tony Stark: What? Are you kidding? I'm gonna build more. This is a work of art. I've never designed anything like it. Just look at it. This is the future, Yinsen.
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24 May 2010 | by See all my reviews

Okay, hands up here I'm a geek., I'm a massive geek, in fact if you have a moment I am a king sized geek drizzled in hoi-sin sauce and served in pancakes with onion and cucumber (I was hungry when I wrote this review) and as a geek I love comic books… as a comic book fan I fall fair and square into the marvel camp.

Iron man is one of my all time childhood favourites and the Robert Downy Jnr movie reawakened my love for the character. So the game…. I want to say that it's an opened ended dream of a game, one that makes you feel like you are tony Stark himself sticking it to the ten rings; I want to say that the game captured the films energy…. But I can't

The graphics are nice, and I like the suit model, the designers have been kind to us older geeks and included unlockable suits (hulk buster anyone?) but the game just has no Pizazz, the open plan levels work against you because as fun as flying around the place catching missiles and throwing them around the place like a cricket ball is… it's just not enough The difficulty is erratic, by turns going from being diabolically hard to walk in the park easy, the levels are pretty much the same thing again…. And again…. And again… there are a few nice touches like for example being able to customise the suite with upgrades and yes Downy Jnr does do the voice acting for tony stark, but some of the lines sound literally phoned in.

There's a fair few supervillian dustups in the game Backlash, The Controller, Titanium Man, Melter and of course iron monger all make a appearance but try as it might this is just another also ran movie tie in.

It doesn't even have the decency to be outright dreadful, instead it's just the video game equivalent of porridge, lacklustre sound, voice acting, graphics and a cut and paste movie tie in plot. Avoid this one unless it's being given out free, even if… especially if… you're a fan of Ironman

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