Excerpt: Iron Man is one of Marvel Comics most flawed heroes. He is also one of the most fragile. Injured by his own weapons of war, technology is his savior and his prison. This near death experience makes him do some soul searching, and he decides to clean up his own mess.
Bland movie-based action game -- awkward controls.
Common Sense Media
29 May 2008
Summary: Parents need to know that this game is based on the Iron Man movie and that it contains some violence, but no blood or gore. Iron Man enemies involve soldiers, tanks, and other heavily-armored vehicles. Explosions litter the landscape, but you won't see any blood.
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: If you've seen the Iron Man movie then you'll already know that it's awesome... possibly one of the best superhero movies in recent years. The game follows the film pretty closely in all respects except quality.
Conclusion: Iron Man won’t change the Movie game genre any time soon but, for a game based on running round and killing everything I did enjoy playing it. Not as much as playing Smash Bros Brawl or Space Invaders Extreme but enough to keep my interest till the end.
Pros: Fun game play., Good varied weapons., 10 hours single player campaign.
Cons: No replay value., No multiplayer., Sloppy graphical support., Some bad control choices.
Summary: Finalement, la version Wii ne s'en sort pas mieux que la version DS. Les fans de Iron Man, ceux de Marvel en général, les amateurs de jeux vidéo dans leur ensemble... personne ne trouvera son compte avec ce jeu mal fini et mal pensé, qui ennuie, fatigue et agace. Du ratage en beauté.