Iron Man is one of the most instantly recognisable and likeable Marvel super heroes. He's a billionaire genius by day (Tony Stark) and saves the world in his spare time - what's not to like? Despite this, it's not always easy to convey such dazzling traits through the medium of video games and SEGA San Francisco (formerly Secret Level) certainly found that with Iron Man, the complimentary game to the Hollywood blockbuster. With Iron Man 2 now hitting theatres, so too is Iron Man 2: The Video Game - and SEGA San Francisco are handling the development of this title too. Have they learnt from their past mistakes?