Summary: Fueled with fury, SEGA’s The Incredible Hulk features key moments from the film, as well as additional plot lines and characters from the character’s rich comic-book universe. Players smash through New York City, battling gigantic enemies amidst soaring skyscrapers in a massive open world.
Conclusion: The Incredible Hulk is exactly what an educated gamer would expect from a movie based game. Its lackluster gameplay combined with subpar presentation makes for a mediocre experience. It's almost as if Hulk got so angry, he broke his own game.
Excerpt: The last time we saw Bruce Banner's alter-ego in a console game was 2005's Ultimate Destruction. Instead of a linear, level-by-level story, the multi-platform title opened up the Hulk universe to a free-roaming experience similar to the film-inspired Spider-Man games.
Excerpt: The Incredible Hulk was never the biggest seller for Marvel Comics and the Stan Lee/Jack Kirby comic book factory. In fact, the original comic series with a gray, not yet green, monster was aborted after a mere half-dozen issues in 1962.
Excerpt: Incredible Hulk on the Wii tries, it really does. In attempting to make a worthwhile game, developer Edge Of Reality has taken a decent free-roaming exploration concept and crammed absolutely loads of achievement-based unlockable upgrades to help increase Hulk's smashing power, given you the ability...
Excerpt: Mittelmäßige Filmumsetzungen machen uns wütend. Sogar sehr wütend. Doch zum Glück reagieren wir nicht gleich wie Bruce Banner und verwandeln uns in ein riesiges grünes Monster mit mehr Muskeln als Gehirn und schlagen alles zu Staub.