Iron Man Pro Reviews
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Iron Man Reviews6
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|1UP||C-||May 06 '08|
|Cubed3||5/10||May 16 '08|
|IGN Wii||5.0/10||May 06 '08|
|Wii Nintendo Life||4/10||May 22 '08|
|Zentendo||6/10||May 11 '08|
|GameSpot||5.0/10||May 16 '08|
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"I hesitate to say that Iron Man is dumbed down for the Wii, PlayStation 2, and PSP, since hardware limitations likely necessitated such a distinct iteration, but the resulting experience is a by-the-numbers affair unlikely to rouse most action fans. Maybe you won't toss your controller in a fit of rage (unlike the frustrating PS3/360 games), but with gameplay and presentation this uninteresting, do you even need pick it up to begin with?"
"Iron Man is your classic film tie-in; it reeks of under-development and simply isn't worth your time or money. The gameplay isn't nearly fun enough to get you hooked, the graphics are unimpressive, the levels are monotonous and combat is repetitive. Plus, even if you do somehow manage to enjoy the game, it will only last you for a few hours even on the harder difficult settings. We recommend you steer clear."
"Iron Man dons the cliched suit of lackluster, uninspired movie tie-in games."
"I found myself having to hold my arm at attention and not relax. There are some other instances of having to shake the controller to open doors and such, but the entire POV/motion scheme feels forced."
"Overall, the Iron Man title on the Wii lacked the spark that the film had; however, itï¿½s a huge step up from last year's A2M film franchise adaptation, known as The Golden Compass. That said, if players are looking for a film to game adaptation that actually reflects the film, they should look elsewhere."