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The Incredible Hulk
Played the game as a rental - and am glad I didn't buy it!It's cool for about 20-30 minutes ( tops! ) and then you are left with no story worth the trouble, no reason to plough through the game - no point to it at all.Despite the good first impression of the graphics after a while some of its shortcomings stick out like a sore thumb. Definitely not a step up from the old quite good PS2 game (Incredible Hulk: Destruction Unleashed).It really feels as though it was rushed out in order to coincide with the movie release - which is the main problem with superhero tie-ins.Really: it's best to stay away until a huge price drop occurs - and for a game as poor as this a price cut is surely on it's way...
Grand Theft Auto 4: Special Edition
This is by far the definition of next-gen gaming!The sheer scale of it, its diversity and richness, the feel of the city, the outrageous commentary on America - and on its complete mess - is something that ought to be brought to the classrooms.This is going to be one of the most exciting rides in game history!Can't even be bothered to go to sleep and miss out on all the fun!This is a single player GTA campaign that you've always dreamed of but no console could provide - up till now.And the multiplayer? Over a dozen modes of pure mayhem all over Liberty City!!!What's next? MMO GTA ???If my wife doesn't file for a divorce now I 'll know that she is an honest-to-god saint!Do yourselfs a favor: BUY THIS GAME!!! NOT NOW - YESTERDAY!!!