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The Incredible Hulk

Platform(s): Nintendo DS, PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
Genre: Action
Publisher: SEGA

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'The Incredible Hulk' (GBA) - Screens

by Rainier on Feb. 26, 2003 @ 8:51 p.m. PST

Fuelled with fury, SEGA’s The Incredible Hulk features key moments from the film, as well as additional plotlines and characters from the character’s rich comic-book universe. Players smash through New York City, battling gigantic enemies amidst soaring skyscrapers in a massive open world.

But this green-skinned Goliath finds himself facing a multitude of foes all out to deny him the solitude he so desperately craves - not only the forces of the U.S. Army, commanded by General “Thunderbolt” Ross, but also strange and powerful adversaries such as the Executioner, Tyrannus, and the sinister Leader’s Humanoids.

Features :

  • Based on the original Pre-Silver Age Marvel classics The Incredible Hulk and Tales to Astonish comics from Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, among others – telling the true origin and initial tales of the Hulk
  • 33 levels providing up to 30 hours of gameplay
  • ‘Hulkmatch’ allows head-to-head battle for 2-4 players with a link cable
  • Unique gameplay mechanic based on Hulk's inherent abilities to grow more powerful and regenerate when enraged
  • Presented from an isometric perspective – giving the game a three-dimensional appearance
  • Freely roaming multiple objective environments
  • Complex puzzles mixed in brilliantly with unrelenting action
  • Nearly every object in the environment is interactive and can be damaged or destroyed
  • Classic bosses including the Abomination, the Executioner, the Molemen, Humanoids, and more...
  • Fight off dozens of simultaneous enemies including soldiers, tanks, helicopters, jets, future warriors, robots, etc.

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