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Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work and the game plays. 3.8
Graphics The visual quality of the game 4.0
Personal Slant A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes 3.9
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.6
Overall User Score (8 votes) 3.8

Critic Reviews

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GameSpot (May 30, 2003)
For those who know and like the character, The Incredible Hulk is well worth the purchase price and should offer many hours of entertainment. Vivendi Universal has captured the essence of the Hulk--comic book violence in all its forms--and provided an opportunity to unleash his rage in a manner that succeeds as a game. If you just want something to gawk at while the movie is still fresh in your mind, the game may not live up to your expectations, since it doesn't assault your senses with flashy visuals or familiar audio clips. That caveat in mind, The Incredible Hulk is one of the better movie tie-ins to land on the GBA to date.
Worth Playing (Jul 11, 2003)
The Incredible Hulk starts off by explaining the origin the Hulk. While testing his newly invented weapon in the desert, Bruce Banner is exposed to ordinarily lethal amounts of gamma radiation. However, in lieu of dying, Banner gains the ability to transform into the Hulk, a gigantic green juggernaut, in times of extreme anger or stress.
Die Levels sind wirklich groß und schön designt, aber es gibt für euch nicht viel zu tun. Etwas Abwechslung schafft der Mehrspielermodus, für den aber jeder der vier Spieler ein eigenes Modul benötigt. Gelungen ist der Sound. Das Geschrei des Hulk wie auch die Geräusche, die er bei seinen Schlägereien erzeugt, klingen hervorragend. Alles in allem zwar ein sehr kurzes Spiel, aber actionreich und spaßig. Actionfans spielen Probe.
Game Over Online (Jul 16, 2003)
The Hulk is endowed with some special combos and powers. The dash, for example, is included, similar to other platform titles. They're very well animated on screen, so the aesthetic appeal will urge you to use them. Like the action, though, it gets overused. The rage meter fills when you punch enemies and even when you destroy dumb inert items, it generates rage. Do it for too long and it will generate repetition, begetting boredom.
GameZone (Jun 16, 2003)
The Incredible Hulk sure knows how to have a smashing good time and the game does try hard to bring something different the farther into the game you go, but it’s not hardly enough that gamers to completely satisfy. Yet if it’s smashing foes or through bricked walls, the Hulk is still fun enough to appeal to those gamers that love destructive behavior, brawling action and a neat multiplayer option. If you’re a Hulk fan, this just sweetens the deal.
GameSpy (Jun 02, 2003)
The Incredible Hulk will probably do well with ultra diehard fans of the comic book series, but gamers looking for something new and unique probably wont find anything interesting here. It's a simplistic action beat-em-up that's worth checking out if you're a Hulk-fan. Look for something deeper inside The Incredible Hulk and you might be disappointed.
Gaming Target (Jul 02, 2003)
The Incredible Hulk starts at the beginning of the Hulk's tale, where Dr. Bruce Banner is bombarded with radiation from a test detonation of a gamma bomb as he saves Rick Jones from the blast. Over the next 30 levels you must pound countless soldiers and grunts into the ground. In addition to just punching the heck out of your opponents and throwing trucks at them, the Hulk has three different rage attacks that he can perform. These are the attacks that really show off the Hulk's strength as he can defeat half a dozen opponents at once with one of these moves. Pocket Studios implemented these attacks well with a unique method of unlocking these attacks every level, combined with a rage meter that climbs as the Hulk gets angry.
IGN (May 29, 2003)
A little more gameplay beyond mindless punching could have benefited The Incredible Hulk's game design, but as-is this game isn't too bad. The lack of a "save anywhere" feature (or checkpoints within the huge levels), and a slightly loose collision detection don't work in the title's favor. But in all if you're looking for a mindless action game with a whole lot to crush, maim, and destroy, The Incredible Hulk could scratch your violence itch.
Frictionless Insight (Jul 03, 2003)
Regrettably, The Incredible Hulk could have been a much better game. The Hulk simply needs a lot more variety in his combat moves, so that the player could get excited to pull off interesting combinations, or feel better equipped for boss battles. By expanding the number combat moves and redoing the abbreviated soundtrack, the game would be a lot more exciting. As it stands, there are better options for the owner of a GBA.
GamerDad (Jul 14, 2003)
This Hulk isn't that incredible really. But fans of the movie, the comic, the character, and earlier games that pioneered this sort of gameplay will probably be pleased for a few hours.
45 (Jul 02, 2003)
The Incredible Hulk, face à la kyrielle de jeux d'action qu'on trouve sur GBA , ne pèse pas lourd. Joli, fidèle à la BD d'origine mais barbant au possible, un gameplay trop rigide et un manque de dynamisme font de ce jeu un titre moyen qui ne réussira pas à vous accrocher plus d'une heure.
Comic fans will appreciate the little details that have been included. For instance, the story draws inspiration from Jack Kirby’s and Stan Lee’s work on the golden age Incredible Hulk and Tales to Astonish books. Outside of these trivial highlights, this game has about as much play to it as a crusty green booger. You’ll marvel at it for a few seconds, only to realize that it’s one of the world’s most appalling abominations, then will flick it away. Through robotic movements, shallow combat, and levels that can best be described as hamster mazes, The Incredible Hulk doesn’t even come close to living up to its namesake. Did I mention that the Hulk eats cookies to replenish health?