Marvel’s Iron Man VR is now available, and early reviews have already begun rolling in. This is a PS VR-exclusive title where nearly every major aspect of the game was designed to best utilize the PSVR headset and PlayStation Move motion controllers. Flying around may take some practice, so this is why the game’s first 1-2 hours is designed to help you learn this technique so you don’t feel compelled to quickly progress the game’s story-based campaign. Read more for a video review and additional information.
The LEGO Group launched four new Art mosaics sets that give creative fans a different way to transform their passion into art. Whether it be Andy Warhol, Marilyn Monroe, The Beatles or iconic characters from the Marvel Universe and Star Wars galaxy, these mosaics are perfect for your home. Each one of these sets can be reimagined in a number of different ways and they all come with a signature tile unique to the set that is worthy of any true work of art as well as a hanging element. The Sith (above) is a 3-in-1 portrait set that lets you build portraits of Darth Vader, Darth Maul or Kylo Ren. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Marvel’s Iron Man VR lets you use two PlayStation Move controllers to fire up the superhero’s Repulsor Jets and blast into the skies with an arsenal of high-tech gear at your fingertips. You’ll be able to upgrade tech in Tony Stark’s garage to customize Iron Man’s sleek armor and awesome abilities, and go up against enemies in high stakes, action-packed battles. Pre-order page. Read more for an in-depth first look video and additional information.
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The GTA X Scripting crew has just unveiled their latest GTA V mod, and it’s the pre-release 1 of the Iron Man Endgame Nanosuit. To obtain the same performance that you’re about to see in the preview video, you’ll probably need a system comparable to the Intel i7 4770 CPU, NVIDIA GTX 760 4GB GPU, and 8 GB of DDR3 memory it’s running on now. Read more for the video and additional information.
British inventor Richard Browning founded Gravity Industries Ltd back in March 2017, and debuted the Daedalus Mark 1, a jet pack that uses several miniature jet engines to achieve vertical flight. Each of the kerosene-powered engines are rated at 22 kg of thrust, and you use your arms to control the direction and speed of the flight. Read more to see what it’s like to fly using this amazing suit.
British inventor Richard Browning’s Gravity Industries may not be the only company working on a real-life Iron Man suit, but his Daedalus Mark 1, a jet pack that uses several miniature jet engines to achieve vertical flight is definitely one of the coolest. In a test flight, he achieved a top speed of 32.02 miles per hour and managed to set a Guinness World Records attempt for ‘Fastest speed in a body controlled jet engine powered suit’. Read more to see a soldier using this jet pack to fly around an aircraft carrier.
Marvel’s Iron Man VR is officially hitting PlayStation VR on February 28, 2020, complete with a new suit for Tony Stark designed by Adi Granov. As for the story, the team went through many iterations, and decided on the idea that hacker villain Ghost should be Marvel’s Iron Man VR’s headlining antagonist. Why? He’s an all-time classic Iron Man super Villain, starting from the character’s first appearance in Iron Man #219, this formidable adversary continues to challenge him throughout multiple arcs, such as Inevitable and Unholy Ghost. Read more for the story trailer and additional information.
Created by LEGO Lead Model Designer Greg Omartian and Senior Model Builder Jeff Rushby, this life-sized Iron Man that stands 6.5-feet-tall made its debut at the 2019 San Diego Comic Con. It’s modeled after Tony Stark’s Mark LXXXV suit from Avengers: Endgame and took exactly 35,119 LEGO pieces over 255-hours to complete. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Camouflaj director Ryan Payton was recently interviewed by the PlayStation Blog about their upcoming Iron Man VR game, which aims to really immerse you in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. One reason is because of physics-based flight, which obeys Newton’s laws of motion, so every frame processed includes calculations of up to a dozen forces, such as thrust, drag, and gravity — as well as our assistance systems — that output Iron Man’s trajectory through the sky. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Adam Savage, former co-host of MythBusters, is kicking off his new TV series, Savage Builds, with a bang. So, he decided to build a flying Iron Man suit, made possible by Richard Browning’s Gravity jetpack system. The suit itself consists of approximately 250 individual pieces of lightweight, 3D printed titanium, which is then used with Gravity’s thrusters for the full Iron Man effect. Read more for an in-depth look at the suit and additional information.