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The Incredible Hulk Ultimate Destruction
10 September 2010
Excerpt: The Hulk hasn't had the best of luck with his presence in video games for the past...21 years. With each new title, developers have failed to realize the Hulk's talents— for instance, his full strength capabilities. He's a wrecking ball...how hard is that to get? Well, the folks at Radical Entertainment FINALLY released a game that does one of the most legendary comic book characters justice.
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction PS2 Review
31 May 2010
Excerpt: The previously released Hulk was an admirable attempt at capturing the essence of the green muscled monster and the path of destruction that he leaves in his wake. It was the Bruce Banner stealth sections that many people took a disliking to, if we had to choose between taking control of a powerless scientist and a hulking unstoppable monster, then we’d definitely know who we would go for.
Excerpt: We live in good times my superhero loving friends. Superhero games are going through a Renaissance. For years superhero games were abysmal efforts designed to cash in on a license rather than deliver exciting gameplay. Well I’m happy that we are now in an age where I can say that I have played several good superhero games of late and not be looked at like I’ve been exposed to too much gamma radiation. And now, enter the Hulk.
Excerpt: The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction is a Hulk game the way it should be done. After a less than spectacular Hulk , based on the motion picture, the green goliath deserved another change, and Ultimate Destruction does the the brute justice. Graphically, everything from the buildings to the vehicles, enemies, characters and the giant himself come off exactly as they should.
Excerpt: If ever there was a game that played just as you'd imagine it's The Incredible Hulk Ultimate Destruction. The Incredible Hulk is known for his amazing strength and the ability to let nothing stand in his way, and the game just about delivers on all fronts. Developed by Radical Entertainment, the people behind the 2003 game based on Ang Lee's movie, Ultimate Destruction is a rather different beast.
Excerpt: The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction's story is told across eight chapters, and features over 30 story missions, 40+ story side challenges, and six boss battles against foes like Abomination, Devil Hulk, and Mercy. In a nutshell, Bruce Banner is already the Hulk and Emil Blonsky is hell bent on destroying him. As the game progresses, you'll find that there's more to Blonsky than meets the eye, and he's got more on his mind than just taking out Banner.