Excerpt: You'd think we'd have all learnt our lesson by now. Do not, no matter how good a game looks prior to release, believe that a movie licensed video game is going to be good. It's a simple rule to follow, but one that we find ourselves breaking over and over again.
Excerpt: It's so easy to be disappointed with a superhero videogame. They always start off with such great potential. After all, who wouldn't want to play as some dude who can fly around and punch other dudes through walls? The problem is, superhero games very rarely live up to our expectations.
Excerpt: Marvel Comics has really been going strong over the past several years with some really cool licensing of their iconic characters, such as The Hulk (Which will have another game sometime soon that looks pretty freaking awesome so far more on that one when it comes out.
Summary: There is never usually any shortage of video games that are tied into a motion picture. There is however a shortage of these games that are actually worth playing, with the vast majority of them being simply atrocious. Is Iron Man a worthy addition to the genre, or simply another shoddy effort?
Pros: Great control scheme, Grappling enemies is fun, The various Iron Man suits look nice
Cons: Repetitive gameplay, Enviroments look pretty shabby, Whole game just feels rushed
Excerpt: Waar je vroeger alleen kon dromen over races in stoere wagens, die beschikten over vuurspuwende uitlaten, maakte het spel Burnout deze fantasie werkelijkheid. En deze game was dan ook in de ogen van vele gamers een waar prachtstuk.