The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction (2005)

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As Bruce Banner, he is merely just another guy named Bruce... but as the Incredible Hulk... he's more than a man... but a monster. Play as the Hulk as you experience the freedom to lose ... See full summary »


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Directors:

Scott Morgan , Tom Keegan

Writer:

Paul Jenkins

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24 April 2006 | PlayerSS
9
| Fun is the only word I can use to describe it
This is "the" Hulk game. All other Hulk games will have to bow down to this one. This game as does every other game here lately basically takes the sandbox formula of GTA and throws the Hulk into the mix. It does have a decent plot. It's not top notch, but the bulk of the game is focused on the game play.

The game play lets you roam between two areas. A desert military base and a city. You can pretty much do anything. There is a slew of mini in both areas games that gives you and the Hulk something do besides walk around aimlessly triggering the story missions and terrorizing the people and police. They are all fun. Some more so than others of course. What makes the game play even more fun is that the Hulk controls great. He isn't to clunky and all his moves serve him well in my opinion.

My only complaints is that it does feel a bit short though and the game play can get repetitive sometimes outside of mini games and story, but that's rare.

There is only one to describe this game. That's fun. Who couldn't get any fun out of taking a light pole and batting a cow a hundred feet across a wasteland?

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Release Date:

23 August 2005

Language

English, French, Italian


Country of Origin

USA, Canada

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