The Hulk
Genre Action -> Action
Today's Rank 3978
USA
Date 2006-09-08
Publisher V.U.G.
UK
Date 2003-06-13
Publisher V.U.G.
North America Retail Box ArtUnited Kingdom Retail Box ArtIf you're not content with just watching Hulk on the screen or reading about him in comics and want to be the big green beast--and if you like the punishment of super villainy to involve as much collateral damage as possible--then step right up for some true video gaming mayhem. Based loosely on the Ang Lee movie, Hulk the game casts you as the weedy Bruce Banner, who rather inconveniently turns into a giant green monster whenever he gets annoyed (good job he doesn't take the London Underground to work or he'd burst a blood vessel). Although the movie features only human bad guys the video game features a number of the Hulk's comic-book enemies, including big-headed bad guy the Leader. At first glimpse the game appears to be a fairly ordinary 3-D scrolling beat-'em-up, but it manages to spice things up via the fact that you actually spend a significant part of the game as Bruce Banner, sneaking around army labs and the like in a manner that would make Solid Snake proud. No doubt Hulk combat is what you're really interested in, and here the game doesn't disappoint, with lots of moves and the ability to destroy just about anything within reach, including walls and even the floor beneath you. Simplistic it may be, but it's good fun for those with a short attention span. --David Jenkins

Features:
- Explore a completely wide-open game world -- from a huge city to vast deserts, all with challenges to face
- Non-stop rampaging and mayhem as you fight and smash in fully interactive and destructible environments
- Use anything in the environment as a weapon, while fighting the Hulk's deadliest enemies - The Abomination, Mercy, The Hulkbusters and many more
- Over 30 story missions, 40 side challenges, and 150 attack moves and combos
- Crazy minigames, from winning a foot race to kicking a car as far as you can
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