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Sega Iron Man (Nintendo DS) uploaded by Billianca R.
Sega Iron Man (Nintendo DS)

Sega Iron Man (Nintendo DS)

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3.75 / 5 based on 4 Reviews

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Iron man, one of marvel's most indestructible super heroes, blast onto videogame platforms with this adaptation of the big screen movie. This... see more...

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Sega Iron Man (Nintendo DS)
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Vanessa M.
Colorado Spgs, CO
95 reviews
Who doesn't like iron man? i like how he does good and wants to help others. he may be a bit cocky but I'm sure everyone is a little bit.
Billianca R.
122 reviews
Good game my son enjoys playing it if then it get boring after a while. Good for small kids cause they can bearly understand it.
Megan D.
Franklin, NC
282 reviews
Doesn't really stick to any story line, but it is kinda entertaining. Not a type of game I would usually buy though.
einar t.
Reykjavík
5 reviews
Whatever effort Secret Level put into its open-world style game design for the console rendition of Iron Man, Canadian developer Artifical Mind and Movement threw all that out and went straight for the "direct action" approach for the Nintendo DS edition of the superhero flick. There's definitely a lot of challenge in this straightforward shooter design, but it's a little too clunky and claustrophobic for its own good.

The Nintendo DS version of Iron Man at least follows a bit of the movie: Tony Stark, weapons genius and billionaire, comes to terms with himself after being captured by terrorists and forced to build weapons for them. Instead, he builds a powerful kickass suit to escape and uses that as a starting point for what he builds as Iron Man. Unlike the movie, only a bit revolves around the original suit – the training mission – with the majority of the experience taking place in the sleek red/gold suit that only had the teasing, ten minutes of screentime in theaters.

The game is a very action-packed design inspired by the recent influx of Robotron-inspired "move in one direction, shoot in another" blasters. Players move Iron Man using the D-pad of the Nintendo DS, and shoot in 360 fashion by sliding the stylus around on the touch-screen. Yes, lefties have their own option as well. Missions challenge players to blast away at all sorts of enemies – tanks, helicopters, turrets, missile launchers, vehicles – and avoid getting shot by zipping around as quickly as possible. Unlike the console versions, the Nintendo DS divides Iron Man's time between in-air missions and on-foot missions. Both have the same basic control and gameplay structure, but they do feel slightly different – airborne missions are much more fast-paced than the on-foot ones.

Though levels have very specific tasks to complete, you're encouraged to blast everything you see – the game rewards being gun happy with points that can be used to upgrade your character. Iron Man's a real pushover in the early missions with wimpy blasters and shields, and the game doesn't really start to get decent until you utilize some of your points for suit enhancements.
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