Release Date


  • US 2nd May 2008
  • EU 2nd May 2008
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  • Review Iron Man (Wii)

    Iron Man? Pssht. More like Tin Can!

    Iron Man is one of those games that is just mediocre in everyway. It’s not broken but instead it’s simply no fun to play. From the mundane level design to the sloppy graphics, Iron Man is playable but no fun at all. It’s almost exactly what we expect from a movie tie-in. Based on the recent movie release,...

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About The Game

Iron Man, an explosive third-person action shooter game that pits one of the world’s most renowned Super Heroes against unspeakable odds, draws its story from the upcoming movie while also incorporating story elements from original Iron Man comic books. Using the advanced technology in Iron Man’s suits of armour, gamers can take advantage of the wide array of high-impact weapons to strategically annihilate any enemy force standing in their way. Before tackling stunning and immense open battlefields, players can customise their armour suit as they encounter progressively more vicious enemies, and fight in epic battles that could challenge even the toughest Super Heroes.

Billionaire industrialist. Genius inventor. Consummate playboy. While performing a weapons test overseas, Tony Stark was kidnapped and forced to build a devastating weapon. Instead, using his intellect and ingenuity, Tony built a high-tech suit of armor and used it to escape. Upon returning to America, Tony refined the armor, promising to protect the world as the Invincible Iron Man.

Executive assistant to Tony Stark, Pepper has become an indispensable part of Tony’s life over the years. Never one to shy away from an argument, Pepper is always there to put out the fires that Tony leaves in his path.

As the A.I. of the Iron Man’s suit this computer operating system, really has no personality. Think a next-gen GPS voice that sounds like a British butler.

Rhodey serves as the military’s chief liaison to Stark Industries. Rhodey is also Tony Stark’s most trusted ally and best friend.

Yinsen is the professor who was held in captivity along with Tony Stark. He assists Tony while they’re being held prisoner.

As Tony Stark’s right-hand man and a top executive at Stark Industries, Stane is a calculating genius who is willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done. He has been with Stark Industries since before Tony’s birth as a confidant and advisor to Tony’s father Howard.

Basil Sandhurst was brilliant research scientist who was involved in “questionable” brain research which led to an accident that scarred him horribly and caused investors to pull out from funding him.

A relic left over from the Cold War, Bullski is the result of early experiments of genentic manipulation in order to create a breed of “Super Soldiers”. He is bent on trying to restore the glory of the Soviet Union and is being tricked by AIM into working for them to help his goals. He’s been supplied with a crude version of the Iron Man MK I armor, heavily modified for combat purposes.

A former employee of Stark Industries, Horgan was driven out of business due to the fact that his product was more primitive and dangerous than Stark’s. Now hired by AIM as a weapons research specialist, he’s eager to get revenge on Stark.

Mark Scarlotti plays the “tough mercenary” role well, but he’s rough around the edges and is ultimately little more than an overpaid thug for hire. Currently employed by the Maggia crime family as their No.1 gun, he was previously employed by Stark Industries.

The heir to the Maggia crime empire and an effective, ruthless leader, Whitney Frost is sophisticated, wealthy, and educated. Though she leads the crime syndicate with a good heart her loyalty to her family often puts her at odds with her own wishes. It’s been rumored that she and Tony Stark share a mutual attraction.