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Iron Man Videogame Ships
By Brian Jacks

01.04.03


For the very first time, handheld gamers can take on the role of the world's toughest human fighting machine in Marvel's The Invincible Iron Man for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance from Activision. As the crime fighting superhero, players experience the powers of Marvel Comics' Iron Man as they track down and recover his stolen battlesuit technology from archenemies Blizzard and Crimson Dynamo.

The game is currently available at retail outlets nationwide for a suggested retail price of $29.99 and is rated "E" (Everyone - mild violence) by the ESRB.

"Marvel's The Invincible Iron Man puts gamers on a quest against evil as they take on the role of Marvel's Golden Avenger," said Larry Goldberg, executive vice president, Activision Worldwide Studios. "Players will learn to use highly technological weapons and super-human strength as they battle classic Iron Man villains through four diverse and unique environments."


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Developed by Torus Games, Marvel's The Invincible Iron Man places gamers in the life of inventor, businessman and superhero Anthony Stark. After being injured by an act of industrial sabotage, Stark was driven to design a life-sustaining shell made of high-tech armor -- the suit that allows him to become Iron Man. Now that the shell has fallen into the hands of evil, players must don an alternate suit and learn to master repulsor beams, boot jets, uni-beams and a flying shoulder charge while pursuing the throng of villains who stole the technology.

With varied environments, multiple power-ups and unlockable bonuses, the company says "Marvel's The Invincible Iron Man is the ultimate experience for fans of Marvel Comics' Golden Avenger."

 

 
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