Excerpt: In The Hulk , players take on the role of the Jeckyl & Hyde main character, David Banner, and his brutish alter ego, the Incredible Hulk. Set roughly a year after the events of the upcoming movie, the story revolves around a plot by The Leader to use the Hulk's gamma energy to create his own army of...
Pros: Great cutscenes, Destructible stages and tons of enemies, Stealth levels break up pace
Cons: In-game graphics are average, Gameplay isn't too deep
Excerpt: It seems that there is one constant equation that links the movie world with the video game world: One hot summer movie ALWAYS equals a slew of video games to go with it. Let’s take a trip in the way-back machine and prove this equation.
Conclusion: The Hulk's game engine may not allow for a lot of freedom or exploration, but the sheer amount of havoc that you can wreak when playing as the Hulk is wonderful. Sadly the game lacks variety and the sneaking sections aren't very well done and merely ape MGS2 and Splinter Cell like a really bad...
Pros: Nice cel shaded graphics suit the genre perfectly., The amount of in-game damage possible is amazing.
Cons: The game lacks variety and is very linear., The Bruce Banner levels are poor., The camera sometimes fails to give you a decent view of the action.
Excerpt: Der Hulk ist wieder unterwegs - im Kino und auch auf dem GBA. Pünktlich zum Kinofilm bringt Vivendi das Spiel mit dem grünen Mutanten heraus. Ob die GBA-Version genauso gut ist, erfahrt ihr in unserem Testbericht.