1UP: Iron Man DS Review

Those final scuffles come a lot sooner than expected, however. With only eight missions, players can breeze through the game in three hours or less (though a handful of bonus One-Man Army survival stages unlock after the credits roll).

Still screens from the film and bits of voice acting give the DS version additional flair, but the potential of the experience is undermined by the short length, repetition, and cramped control scheme. Developer A2M gets a thumbs-up for effort on this focused iteration, but Iron Man's on-the-go heroics are largely average in practice.

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