Excerpt: Most readers will be aware of the recent release of the new Incredible Hulk movie starring Edward Norton. Despite an Incredible Hulk movie being made just a few years ago, starring Eric Bana, this new version of the film is supposed to be a re-imagining of the story; much like the new Batman movies that have been made.
Conclusion: As far as movie-licensed games go, Hulk is surprisingly decent. I can't speak for its console brethren, but the DS offering holds its own amongst the usual summer shovelware extravaganza. It's fairly mindless, has almost no narrative, repeats itself quite often, and the boss fights are definitely a bummer, but it's entirely playable from beginning to end.
Excerpt: With Marvel’s 2008 cover-up Incredible Hulk film—to make you forget about Ang Lee’s melodramatic envisioning of Hulk— comes a batch a new games, hitting across multiple consoles, the PC and Nintendo’s DS. Bruce Banner’s alter-ego is no stranger to virtual entertainment, as the classic comic book character has been at the hands of gamers since the early 80’s with the Questprobe adventure games.
Excerpt: First Golden Compass, then Iron Man, now this... what on earth is Sega playing at? We can appreciate that movie licensed games make money - and everyone loves money - but we also appreciate that such titles are usually pap and examples like Incredible Hulk aren't doing much to convince us otherwise.
Summary: Hulk - das grüne Ungeheuer aus den Marvel-Comics kehrt in diesem Sommer zurück in die deutschen Lichtspielhäuser und passend zum zweiten Kinofilm bringt Sega auch das entsprechende Videospiel auf den Nintendo DS. Wie sich der in den 60er-Jahren vor dem geistigen Auge von Stan Lee erschaffene Hulk auf dem Handheld schlägt, sollen die nächsten Zeilen zeigen.