Sega has landed some big names to voice its Iron Man 2 game due out next month.
Sega has announced that Iron Man 2: The Video Game will feature the voices of renowned actors Don Cheadle and Samuel L. Jackson.
Expanding their roles from the upcoming Iron Man 2 movie from Marvel Studios, Cheadle voices Tony Stark’s close friend James “Rhodey” Rhodes – the powerful War Machine – while Jackson joins the game as S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury. Together they complete a cast of characters that transports fans into a deeper and more authentic cinematic video game experience.
Packed with favourites from the movie and comic book worlds, Iron Man 2: The Video Game offers gamers a chance to choose between Iron Man and War Machine, as they battle through hugely destructible indoor and outdoor environments. Tony and Rhodey both come equipped with their own distinct assortments of fully customisable, earth-shattering weapons, as well as vicious melee combat moves, all of which will come in handy against the likes of Crimson Dynamo and other classic Marvel foes.
Iron Man 2: The Video Game will be available across Australia and New Zealand from April 2010 for Xbox 360, PS3, PSP, Wii and Nintendo DS.