Summary: For Being a licensed game its well worth a buy or at least a rent. Being able to go anywhere and choose missions is great. Also being able to destroy almost anything is also great. Never had a problem with camera angles or anything. Jumping around from building to building was a fun experience. The story line tries to follow the movie but it derails to other objectives.
Summary: My five year old son likes this game but gets scared when having to face some enemies. He'll come and ask me to fight them for him. It's action packed and is similar to the Spiderman: Web of Shadows game. I guess I aught to stick to buying the Lego PS3 games- not so violent. I've rated this game with one less star because it's actually too intense for my son; otherwise, this game is great.
Summary: First off, I've heard there were some serious issues with the camera controls in this game. I personally had next to none. In fact, for a game of this type I was surprised at how WELL the camera worked. I’ve played Hulk titles before and I'm aware that they’ve ranged from terrible to decent, so I was a bit worried when I first started out.
Summary: I love the fact that more and more games are moving to the open area game play. "Do anything go anywhere" There is nothing worse in a game, then being controlled or told what to do or where to go. When I read the new Incredible Hulk would be open game play, and every building in the city was able to crumble,.... that sold me instantly! What's more fun then being able to do whatever you want.
Summary: I couldn't disagree with the previous poster more. I seldom buy games and mostly rent, but I was really glad I bought this game! This is easily one of the best purchases I've made in quite a while. I was very hesitant when I saw this title as Hulk titles in the past have been hit or miss but I LOVE this game. I feel that the developer captured the Hulk and his unique abilities brilliantly. The graphics are beatuful but I run the resolution at 1080i.