The Invincible Iron Man Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: The Invincible Iron Man allows you to experience the powers of Iron Man as he fights hordes of enemies while tracking down the super-villains who have stolen his battle suit technology. Using a variety of battle suit weaponry he navigates diverse levels that are filled with environmentalThe Invincible Iron Man allows you to experience the powers of Iron Man as he fights hordes of enemies while tracking down the super-villains who have stolen his battle suit technology. Using a variety of battle suit weaponry he navigates diverse levels that are filled with environmental obstacles and imminent danger. Multiple power-ups, unlockable bonus items and special pick-ups provide fans with the ultimate Iron Man experience. Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 9
  2. Negative: 1 out of 9
  1. Definitely a unique action-hero game that has Mega Man/Bob SNES qualities and style of gameplay. It can rival some of the better-known superhero GBA games on the market today.
  2. Fans of the comic book will adore how developer Torus Games has brought all of Iron Man's cool superpowers to life. The only problem is that the game leaves you hungry for more.
  3. The graphics, sound effects and game play combine for a satisfying action experience. [Mar 2003, p.138]
  4. A good, but much too short, game. After playing the nine levels there's not much to return for.
  5. Blasting apart robots and thrashing pirates is awesome, but the game is wicked short at just eight levels. [Summer 2003, p.50]
  6. It is not much more than Mega Man in a red and yellow suit. It is not terrible, but lacking in anything special.
  7. Its graphics proved it worthy to at least be played, but its horrible gameplay flaws caused it all to just end up in a tangled jumbled mush.

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