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The Incredible Hulk

Released on 13 June 2008

Rating: 12+ (BBFC)

(11 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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The Incredible Hulk, one of Marvel's most powerful Super Heroes, unleashes epic destruction on the big screen this summer in the much awaited release from Marvel Studios. Adding to the excitement, Sega will be releasing The Incredible Hulk, an intensely realistic third person action videogame.

The fury-fuelled game will feature key moments from the film, as well as additional plotlines and characters from The Incredible Hulk universe. Crash through New York City, battle gigantic enemies amidst soaring skyscrapers and leave your mark on the fully destructible environments. With the ability to damage buildings, streets, cars and anything else the Hulk can get his hands on, you have the ability to make New York City your own destructible playground.

Relentless Devastation. Unleashing the Hulk's anger generates Rage points that increase his incredible power.

Complete Destruction. Everything in the environment can be used as a weapon.

    Open World. Have the freedom to play any way you want as you move and fight effortlessly through New York City.

    customer Reviews

     Average rating (11 reviews)

     good game but not as good as the xbox original

    | | See all PJRed99's reviews (118)

    this is hulk at its most vicious and he can destory anything!
    but his past game was better on xbox and he cant undertand why lol
    and he wonders why his game is tedious and has silly missions.
    could of been worse tho but i ended up selling it half way through thats all

     The Incredible Disappointment

    | | See all SgtShifty's reviews (33)

    Having played the PS2 version i was in two minds about getting this game. I enjoyed the last one but could never be bothered to complete it as the only real thing that i found mildly amusing was the fact you could pick up an unsuspecting pedestrian, climb to the top of a sky scraper and literally "ping" them off the side and watch them hit the floor (wicked)! Unfortunately in this version, unless i am doing it wrong, you cant. This disappointed me....
    As an actual game, i would wait for a price drop as others are saying. Its still fun ramming through traffic holding a bus or beating the ever loving flour out of the enemies but it just doesnt appeal as much as playing other games!
    Overall its not worth the 40 quids but maybe worth a rent!

     better than i thought but...

    | | See all RooandRoddy's reviews (2)

    the only thing which lets the hulk down is that its crashes ever so often, apart from that if you want to lose some hours smashing up new york then buy it.

     The Pretty Good Hulk

    | | See all matt1399's reviews (27)

    This game is ok. The graphics are an improvement from the PS2 version but nothing special the missions are good but this army pops out from thin air.It isnt very realistic because several times i have found myself jumping up the empire state building not causing too much damage and then it just collapses which is pretty cool to watch the first time but you eventually get sick of it but overall a little step up from hulk ultimate descrution

     Simple Pleasures

    | | See all curiousyellow's reviews (12)

    Ok, it's by no means the most polished game, but it is what it is... you control the hulk and you get to do missions, hunt round a large city and, above all, smash a lot of things up!

    It's a nice big of gaming pleasure that you can put on and spend some time playing through the missions and working through the game... or just have in your Xbox to switch on and have a 10minute rampage and make yourself feel better!

    Worth getting, maybe not at full price, but a lot of good fun when you do!

    Happy Days!

    Rating12+ (BBFC)