Avalanche Studios, the team behind the Just Cause series, had apparently been working on an Iron Man game for several years before Marvel and Disney pulled the plug on the project.
in an interview with Min MaxAvalanche Studios co-founder Christofer Sundberg said the game was “in development for several years” before it was finally canceled around 2012. fly anywhere Sandberg also mentioned Iron Man’s Repulsor ability to propel enemies through walls with his gloves.
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Just Cause games are chaotic open world games full of action and explosions. So we can kind of get an idea of what his Iron Man game of Avalanche’s open world was like.
Instead of this game from Avalanche, the Iron Man games I got at the time weren’t very good, with both the Iron Man 1 and 2 movie games getting bad reviews. Years later, an Iron Man VR game released in 2020 will feature a character spin from outside the MCU.
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