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Man of Steel the game – coming to iOS

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Today Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have officially announced their movie tie-in game  for Man of Steel and guess what? It’s coming to iOS platforms.

Developed by Phosphor Games Studio (The Dark Meddow, Kinect Adventures), Man of Steel the game puts players in control of the Supes himself as he must go up against the evil forces of General Zod and his massively powerfully Kryptonian forces, fighting both on land and in the air to perform super-fast combos and strike with painful looking impact.

Superman titles have had somethingJudging by the game’s games trailer we may be in for some choppy frame rate and sub-par graphics when comparing the title to Phosphor’s previous title Horn, but I’m hoping that’s because of the transition from device to video and because the games power relies elsewhere but we’l see upon the games’ release.


You can judge for yourself in the trailer below:


of a curse to the name ever since making the cross to video games from the titular Superman on the Atari 2600 to probably the biggest stinker to holds the name, Superman for the Nintendo 64. Just as the movie has it’s cross to bear following on from the snore-fest that was Superman Returns, Man of Steel the game has to o something similar as it follows its predecessor’s Xbox 360 let down title.



You can pick up Man of Steel the Game on the iTunes App Store from the 14th June on iPhone & iPod for £1.99 and the iPad in HD for £2.99.


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Sometimes writer, wannabe animator and podcast creator that talks far too much. Coleman is a collection of atoms that formed in Gosport and relocated to London.