The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk
Console Nintendo Wii
Publisher Sega
Developer Edge Of Reality
Genre Action , Sandbox
Downloads 5,822
Size 3.49 G
Released June 5, 2008
3.4/5 (11 votes)
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INTRODUCTION:

Behold one of Marvel’s mightiest heroes – The Incredible Hulk! This June, he’s going from the blockbuster movie to the comfort of your home through SEGA’s third-person action video game, available on all major gaming platforms.

IT’S ALL ABOUT DESTRUCTION

The Incredible Hulk is a game where destruction isn’t just the goal; it’s the method. Every inch of New York City is yours to wreak havoc upon. Fancy hurling a chunk of a crumbling building at your enemies? Go for it. Want to uproot a street lamp and swing it around? The game encourages it. There’s no such thing as too much destruction here.

THE POWER OF RAGE

In the world of the Incredible Hulk, rage isn’t a hindrance; it’s your greatest ally. The more destruction you cause, the more your rage builds, allowing you to unlock powerful moves and upgrades. The Hulk isn’t just about mindless destruction but strategic, rage-fueled destruction.

SKY’S THE LIMIT

The towering skyscrapers of New York City aren’t just for show. They provide an exciting dimension to the gameplay, allowing you to take your battles vertically. And with massive enemies like the Bi-Beast and the Abomination challenging you, you’ll need every advantage you can get.

A WORLD BEYOND THE FILM

The game isn’t just a rehash of the film. It presents a dynamic open-world version of Manhattan, complete with sub-quests, mini-games, and a story that ties into the film and reaches into the rich lore of the classic Marvel comics.

SUMMER’S MOST ANTICIPATED ENTERTAINMENT EVENT

Touted as one of 2008’s most anticipated entertainment events, The Incredible Hulk is set to deliver a smashing summer on the big screens and your gaming consoles. So gear up for some raw, unadulterated destruction as you step into the massive green shoes of one of Marvel’s mightiest heroes.

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