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The Incredible Hulk is pretty much a straight sequel to Ultimate Destruction. Trouble is, Edge of Reality took out far more than it added. Though Hulk is a serviceable game that can be enjoyed over a weekend, it feels outdated. If you are a die-hard Hulk fan or the type who loves destroying treasured landmarks, then The Incredible Hulk is at least worth a rental.
Overall there is something to be said for a game where more fun is to be had outside the mission storyline then in it, like some of the GTA series. But this title just can't seem to get everything in the right perspective, whilst some enjoyment can be had, there just isn't enough care taken elsewhere. The type of game they have produced isn't really aimed at the age group it's been set at, I would say the BBFC 12 rating is the ragged edge of the target audiences age group . If you are a huge Hulk fan however, you may just like it, but I'm afraid a rental is the best bet for this title.
I hate to sound like a broken record stuck repeating quotes from 1UP reviews editor Nick Suttner's Hulk review, but the comparisons between this game and Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction are unavoidable. Ultimate Destruction was on the PS2 as well, but it still had a beautifully rendered, detailed city that was fully visible from any rooftop -- and a blast to wreak havoc on. Instead of building on that better game, though, Incredible Hulk is a weak attempt at mimicking it. Maybe I should have expected a Hulk game to fill me with rage...or maybe developer Edge of Reality just didn't think we'd have any expectations at all.
The PS2 version of The Incredible Hulk is a mess. What little fun that could be had in the other versions of this game has been destroyed here, only to be replaced with glitchy graphics that won't even let you see the city and a desolate city that somehow makes destruction boring. Stay far away from this game.
Pas besoin d’être un fin analyste pour deviner que The Incredible Hulk était voué à un échec cuisant. A l’instar de son copain Iron Man, la créature verte de Stan Lee ne parvient à aucun moment à attirer son attention malgré tout le boucan qu’elle est capable de faire autour d'elle. Moche, doté d’un gameplay qui frise le néant et d’une durée de vie rikiki, The Incredible Hulk contentera – peut-être – tous ceux qui adhèrent au célèbre adage que voici : tout dans les muscles, rien dans la tête.
Si on trouve la force de fermer les yeux sur ses graphismes d'un autre âge, l'Incroyable Hulk peut divertir une heure ou deux un public peu exigeant. Comment garder son calme cependant face aux problèmes de caméra récurrents et à l'omniprésence des bugs trahissant le réel et tragique manque de finition du titre ?