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Iron Man 2 (PS3)

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Platform : PlayStation 3
14 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B0038U3MEK
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.4 x 1.6 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 30 April 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,220 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStation 3

This brand-new tale will take gamers deeper into the Iron Man comic world, adding to the excitement of the upcoming Marvel and Paramount Studios film. Iron Man 2 exclusively offers fans a chance to play against enemies such as the unforgettable Crimson Dynamo, not found in the film. Iron Man 2's original plotline sees Tony Stark gifting the world with new technology in order to make it a better place. However, his philanthropic nature isn't enough to keep the bad guys away as Iron Man's enemies have devious designs on the technology. Ultimately, Tony Stark/Iron Man will be forced to fight in epic battles, face huge enemies and in the end, the fate of the world will be left in his powerful hands where he will battle to save it from destruction.

Iron Man 2 takes players into a richer and more interactive Iron Man world. The game allows players to take full advantage of the Iron Man suit as they battle through futuristic environments inspired by the movie and comic book universe. These environments will also offer a new level of destructibility, making each encounter with enemies a more exciting and intense experience. Also new to the game are some powerful hand-to-hand combat styles one of which is kung fu. Iron Man 2 has taken fan feedback into consideration and will have a redesigned control scheme, making it fun and accessible for gamers to feel the power and strength of Iron Man.

Iron Man 2: The Video Game features the voices of renowned actors Don Cheadle and Samuel L. Jackson. Expanding their roles from the upcoming Iron Man 2 summer blockbuster from Marvel Studios, Cheadle voices Tony Stark's close friend James "Rhodey" Rhodes - the powerful War Machine, while Jackson joins the game as S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury. Together they complete a cast of characters that transports fans into a deeper and more authentic cinematic video game experience.


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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By William Dore on 5 May 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I was literally over the moon when I realized that they had released an Iron Man 2 game, and even more overjoyed when I found out that the game did not follow the films plot, but almost immediately I was thoroughly disappointed, yes the novelty of being able to create and customize your suit, weapons etc is a good idea, and is very satisfying when you unlock a new suit, but and its a big BUT there is so much wrong with this game its quite unbelievable, I mean I don't think Sega even bothered, personally I feel the first game was better, and even that wasn't particularly brilliant. Firstly the graphics, the graphics on this game on a PS3 are god damn awful, you very often get pixelated area's something that we should not see anymore, full stop, maybe it has something to do with he fact that this game is for all platforms, like the less powerful Wii, but that is still no excuse, the cut scenes are pretty pants in all honesty and the levels aren't very long in my opinion either, and the AI is also rather dreadful at times, as is the targeting system which really does suck! Also the game is actually incredible short, just 8 levels from start to finish, just a terrible game and as an HUGE Iron Man fan, having read the comics and watched the tv series when I was younger, and furthermore being so impressed by the guys who have made the last 2 amazing films, Iron Man 2 The Game is one massive flop, if you want to play the game I'd recommend you rent it. As for me I wish that Sega, for the 3rd game (which there is bound to be one to tie in with the 3rd film) to be a big ol sandbox style game, with crisp and sharp graphics, better AI, and a much better targeting system, something that would do justice to the Iron Man franchise, anyway I help my review helped you guys in deciding whether or not to buy the game, and if you do decide to buy it, I hope you enjoy it more than I did, peace out.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Negotiator on 26 April 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Hey! I have a great idea for a robbery! What we'll do is get a really innovative, vibrant and exciting franchise that has rocked cinemagoers the world over and has a pre-existing comicbook fanbase and we'll make a really, really cheap video game to cash in. It'll cost about 20 bucks and a Big Mac and we'll make millions!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

This video game is hands-down the Schumacher Batman and Robin of modern superhero video games. If Doctor Doom or Lex Luthor wanted to really off their superhero nemeses they should market this kind of video game about them. They'd throw themselves off a cliff.

GAMEPLAY 0/5: Did I say this game was 'scrap'? I added an 's' I didn't mean to. Shoddy mechanics that seem to give you less control over flight than the first poor Iron Man game and a locking system I gave up trying to figure out. What we seem to have gone for here is loud noise and hazy, blocky graphics over any attempt to make the gameplay interesting. Repeated encounters with cheap shot grunts who are either pitiful or swarm you like suicidal ants. So repetitive it should carry a health warning about mental RSI. More poetically described as a waking nightmare.

STORY: 2.5/5
I'm conflicted about this aspect of the game. I think the truth is that the gameplay experience was so very, very bad that I don't want to malign the writing. With collaborations (which all such large scale enterprises are), it's tough to tell where the rot set in and where some great work has been buried. Even the team responsible for the gameplay may ironically be innocent. I just couldn't get into the story because I was so mesmerised by Sam Jackson's silly putty face, which brings me to...

GRAPHICS AND SOUND: 0.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Stevie G VINE VOICE on 6 Feb. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Iron Man 2 is another turgid videogame tie in, that does little to unlock the potential of the franchise. The storyline is set after the events of the movie (surprisingly written by The Invincible Iron Man's Matt Fraction). It focuses on the theft of Tony Stark's AI system J.A.R.V.I.S, which is used to create the deadly Ultimo.

Responding to criticisms of the first game, the developers have improved the flight controls, allowing Iron Man to fly nearer to the ground. Enemy AI has apparently improved, although this is debatable. And melee combat remains a thoughtless affair, the lack of a block button degenerates this element into a button basher. This time around, players can choose between Iron Man and War Machine. Iron Man is sleeker and relies on energy weapons, whereas War Machine favours ballistic weaponry and greater armour. Unlike the original game, Robert Downey Jr. does not voice Iron Man, although Don Cheadle and Samuel L Jackson reprise the roles of War Machine and Nick Fury respectively. New suits are unlocked for completing levels within specific criteria, and while they affect gameplay little, are a nice inclusion for hardcore fans. It's certainly gratifying to be able to wear The Ultimate Iron Man suit and Marks I through VI. Bafflingly, the game is single player only, feeling like such a wasted opportunity for co-op play.

Field research is earned throughout the game, which is used to upgrade weapons and armour. The ability to customise loadouts and ammunition types is a nice addition, but unfortunately this is severely underused. Of the 8 missions that are included in Iron Man 2, only half of these actually allow the ability to customise.
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