Summary: ... but disappointing considering how great "Ultimate Destruction" was. The Hulk is always a fun character to play, but everything takes place in the city with absolutely no variation. The missions are fine and it's satisfying to throw car and bring buildings down. But the story isn't as good as "Ultimate Destruction" and there isn't the sense of chaotic fun that came from that title.
Summary: It got high marks on Metacritic. I got it to fill the gap between InFamous 2, and the not-yet-released Arkham City. We wanted an open-world, escapist, super-hero, "fun" game. We played it for a few hours, and were ready to toss it because it's initially somewhat tedious, repetitive. Smash, run, smash, run...it didn't seem to be going anywhere special. But I went back and gave it one last go and found we'd condemned it right at the gates of it's real ascension.
it needs a little more polish, overall it needs more
Sigmund Freud, Amazon
14 May 2011
Summary: Its a fun game no doubt and its more enjoyable if your a hulk fan. But ultimate destruction had a lot more features that really make this game feel a step down then a step up. Movement feel slow in this game I know the hulk is a larger then life super hero but still they should of added a sprint button. Combos are too basic and limited and you can button mash your way through most of the game.
Basically a watered down version of Ultimate Destruction
13 March 2011
Summary: The title of my review sums it up very nicely, but if you want a little more detail about my opinion on this game, then by all means keep reading. The Incredible Hulk is a free-roaming tie-in to the movie of the same name starring Edward Norton, and not surprisingly, it's not one of the better games out there. Still, it's certainly not the worst game out there either; I've seen much worse, like the game based on the Iron Man movie. Boy, what a stinker.
Summary: This could've been much better in many ways: The sound was wierd at times, there are some major glitchs every so often. But the gameplay is pretty good, there is free roam or you can replay the story missions using the map. You fight soldiers, tanks, helicopters, the Abomination, trucks, robots, Bi-Beast, tye U-foes and more. The length is long but I took one mark away because it can be a little boring sometimes.
Summary: The prices here on Amazon are outrageous. A new game is $60, yet they're selling this old game on many platforms ranging from $200 - $60. Don't buy it from here. You can get this game, for $20 bucks or less at a local game store or Gamestop. This game is not collectors nor rare, so don't believe this large prices. A general tip; If you see a game online and are interested in purchasing it, do a bit of research around the web.
Summary: I bought this game having fond memories of Incredible Hulk:Ultimate Destruction and expected this to push the envelope even further, but it doesn't quite get there. First off, let me say that there was definitely tremendous work done by the developers and this is not a half-baked job. Beenox did a great job of trying to capture the experience Vivendi pioneered with Ultimate Destruction.
Summary: Ok, this game is not bad at all, but it just lacks that fun feeling that HULK: ULTIMATE DESTRUCTION had, but still if you ara a big comics fan like I am, and want an easy game to play every now and thn or just want to smash things up, I recomend this game, the graphics are great, the game play is ok, not as good as ULTIMATE DESTRUCTION, the story line, is a bit boring but I can live with that. So there you go, hope this hleps.