The Video Game History of Iron Man

Want to see EVERY in-game Iron Man appearance and cameo? Watch this video I made for the quickest Avengers history lesson ever made using only pixels and polygons! YouTube version is below, if you prefer

For those of you who care, it’s true, I no longer work for PC Gamer. At least not directly. I’ll be focusing on creating more exclusive video content for the web, a lot of which you’ll be able to find at my old home, GamesRadar.com. In case you missed it, I worked on this Prototype 2 video review, as well as this PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale video preview. I’m absolutely out of my skull with excitement to make more dope ass videos, so I encourage any an all feedback from you folks pertaining to how we can make these things even better. Ideas, criticism – bring it!

If you’d like to see more crap from me, you could start by actually watching stuff. After that, a tweet, a Facebook share, or a comment in the article can speak volumes.

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19 thoughts on “The Video Game History of Iron Man

  1. I agree, i pretty much stopped reading Games radar when Chris left. I can get game news pretty much anywhere but the content Chris was making was far more interesting to read/watch. Specially your videos, i look forward to seeing what you produce. Keep up the good work ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Enjoyed the editing of this video a lot, sound effect humor, good voice over, concise and informative. Plus the music was excellent, look forward to seeing what Chris can do

  3. Constructive Criticism: The only nitpick I find is that the flow of the narration is a little bit too constant. Try inserting a break every now and then accompanied with a quote or a cool event from the material you’re talking over.

    I really liked the All-stars preview, mainly because of it’s straight-up honesty. This looks very promising

  4. I hate to admit it but most narrators on any game related videos just make me cringe. You, on the other hand, actually have a sense of flow and donโ€™t sound like youโ€™re reading of a cue card for the first time in your life,

    Also, your voice is way less grating than what youโ€™ll find in other videos, all that smoking and drinking is finally paying off! (Take note, kids)

  5. I’m sorry to hear that you are no longer working at PC Gamer, Chris. I wish you the best with whatever comes next, and I’m sure something great will happen because you are very talented.

    I’m loving your video content. Keep up the amazing work!

  6. This video made me happy. Sorry to hear about you not being at PC Gamer but as long as I can keep hearing your soothing voice, I know it’ll all be okay.

  7. This is great Chris ๐Ÿ™‚ This new thing you’re doing sounds pretty awesome, do you still work for Future? Or is this GR stuff in a freelance capacity?

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