Couldn't quite get a decent box art of the PS3 version. But it's the same as the PS2's, both in-game and out.
Terrible, absolutely terrible. ShadowJ hit the nail on the head with this one. The pro reviewers were too generous with their score. Ok, enough bashing, let's get into it's problems.
The game starts off alright, not really following the film but we get to make use of the Mach I suit. There's even a 'boss' towards the end at the desert. Iron man's capabilities are shown off a bit, but not quite at it's full potential until we hit the next mission. We get a chance to get used to the Mach II and Mach III suits flight abilities in second mission, but after that...everything goes downhill. A group known as AIM (stands for something, but I can't remember what, I don't care to remem...
THE GOOD: The one time gimmicks such as grabbing a missile in mid-air and lobbing it back.
Not much else I'm afraid
THE BAD: A lot
SUMMARY: I shall begin with saying, the film adaptation is great, the game however is not.
A great concept, great ideas but very poorly executed. You are introduced with very badly done CG sequences to start you off in the missions, unfortunately if you have seen the film first you will know how much the sequences are lacking in telling you what goes on and how things pan out. Fair enough, make a game with different outcomes to the film but I lost on what the heck was going on most of the time and I hadn't even started playing the game yet.
This brings me to one of the awful concepts, one that is highly repeated and wants you to commit suicide. The missions are more or less timed missions with a certain amount of enemies to kill. For example the first mission gives you a time limit of five minutes and forty five seconds with a kill goal of seventy. First timers ...