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The Incredible Hulk

 

 

SCORE: 71

 

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The Incredible Hulk is making it to a lot of the current video game machines thanks to Sega. The Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 versions are reviewed right here. This home console video game is based on the Marvel summer movie in the year of our Lord 2008. Players get to take on the role of the Hulk as he bludgeons about everything in his path. There is a price for wanton destruction which I will get to later.

The graphical details are really nice in The Incredible Hulk, especially the model for the Hulk. He has a lot of detail, and animation that makes me believe he is the Hulk. His vehement anger, and hatred stand out in this video game. Almost everything in this game can be destroyed, especially if the player is willing to smash on it long enough. I actually felt bad about running down the street and accidentally breaking things. My little brother kept saying: “Uh-oh,” and “Whoopsie.” If this game were real life there is no way I could pay the repair bill I generated while playing this game. There is some blood, and bodies stay on the ground for a few seconds before vanishing.

Since I have not seen the movie that this video game relates to I am guessing there must be bad language in it as well. There really is no need for such language, and it distracts from the entertainment value. The music along with the sounds of the Hulk add a major fear factor to The Incredible Hulk.

There are plenty of unlockables to be found within The Incredible Hulk. One of the most interesting inclusions is mini games. Sega made sure a little diversity was included, and this reviewer will note it. A lot of the extras involve the player being as destructive as possible. There are some interesting ones like jumping three mile bridge for example.

The Incredible Hulk controls decently. I never felt like I was running around with a lumbering tank. The jumping was good, as well as the charge. In fact I could jump, charge while in the air, and then jump again. The climbing up the buildings does not always function properly, which leads to falling a few stories. The one complaint I have in this section is the rubble and explosions. Too often I would accidentally destroy something and then not be able to see where the bad guys were. The main game play theme is to murder a few guys, run (or jump) to the next spot and do the same thing.

The Incredible Hulk allows the player to destroy pretty much anything. Destroy too much and it attracted the attention of the army and they would come after the player. What makes no sense to me, is I could walk right by a police officer, and no alarms were tripped. I think destroying something in front of a cop should bring down the heat.
- Luke

 

Graphics: 68%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 79%
Gameplay: 77%
Family Friendly Factor: 61%
System: Xbox 360/Playstation 3
Publisher: Sega
Rating: 'T' for Teen
{Mild Language, Mild Blood, Violence}

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