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.
Summary: Parents need to know that this is the video game spinoff of the 2008 Incredible Hulk movie. It's a surprisingly violent game, given the Teen rating applied by the ESRB, and certainly not meant for kids -- though many will be keen to get their hands on it.
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.
Summary: From a blind man's perspective, the Wii version of The Incredible Hulk is a mirror image of its Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 counterparts. You control the giant green monster in a free-roaming, fully destructible version of New York City.
Pros: Pedestrians bounce helplessly after being tossed
Cons: Shoddy controls, Woeful graphics, Laughable voice acting, Makes rampaging with Hulk somehow boring, Lacks imaginative missions
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.