The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk is another game based on the movie
4.2  (65 votes)
Sega
License type: Commercial

The Incredible Hulk is another game based on the movie. This is the second try the game has been given, and, truth be told, it hasn't hit the note yet. The game features the HULK, which should be a synonym for chaos, unrest, explosions, etc. Everyone should be afraid of him, but not these people. The game is way too similar to Spiderman. That one, I have played and enjoyed for hours. Both games feature an open world, which means that you can go anywhere and explore everything before carrying out your missions. In Spiderman, the cities looked alive, in the Incredible Hulk, there are but a couple of people walking on the street at any time. You can destroy pretty much everything. But when you do, you don't bring about a chaotic sensation to the game. Maybe it's the lack of good chaotic music in the soundtrack. I don't know. The game just doesn't give any emotion to the player. The controls are OK, I guess. There isn't much depth to them. The graphics are flat-out horrible. Even the pre-rendered scenes look awful. The missions are repetitive. The voice acting leaves a lot to be desired.

José Fernández
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Review summary

Pros

  • Destruction is fun for a couple of minutes,

Cons

  • Bad graphics
  • Bad voice acting
  • Controls are only OK
  • The City of New York is apparently dead
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