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The Mark I armor in the game.

Apart from the movie armors, there are various different Iron Man suits that can be unlocked after completing specific missions in the game. The armors are the following:

  • Mark I: Tony Stark crafted the first-ever Iron Man suit as the prisoner of militants in Afghanistan. With the help of Yinsen, he constructed this key instrument to his heroic escape.
  • Mark II: Tony constructed the Mark II with an emphasis on exploring flight potential. As the first suit of Iron Man armor built at Stark Industries, the Mark II armor was soon replaced by the Mark III.
  • Mark III: Designed for customization, the Mark III armor can be equipped with a variety of enhancements.
  • Classic Mark I/Tin Can Comic Book: This first-ever Iron Man suit was built during the character's initial appearance in Tales of Suspense #39, and this design originates from the interpretation from Iron Man Vol. 4 #5. An exclusive gold colored variant is included in the PSP version.
  • Classic: Iron Man's first iconic armor debuted in Tales of Suspense #48 and underwent several subtle cosmetic changes before finalizing its look in Tales of Suspense #66. It was the first suit to feature the trademark palm-mounted repulsor rays.
  • Silver Centurion: Sporting new colors, Tony used this suit during his fight with Iron Monger, his days as a West Coast Avenger, and in the first "Armor Wars" storyline.
  • Extremis (PS3 & Xbox 360 only): Used during major events such as Civil War, and appearing during the "Extremis" story arc, this armor represents Iron Man's modern look. In this suit, he has achieved new levels of power.
  • Hulkbuster (PS3 & Xbox 360 only): The name says it all. This, the first version of Iron Man's Hulkbuster armor, appeared in Iron Man #304, and greatly boosted the hero's strength and durability, enabling him to fight the Hulk one on one.
  • Ultimate (PS3 only): In the Ultimate Universe, an alternate version of the Marvel Universe, Tony Stark requires the help of an entire specialized crew to help maintain this bulkier Iron Man armor.
  • Titanium Man (PSP only): The Titanium Man armor can be unlocked after clearing the story missions on any difficulty. It is just a bonus armor, and the character movements and voice remains the same.
  • Stealth (PSP only): An exclusive "stealth" type of Iron Man suit included in the PSP version.