We Run Game: The Incredible Hulk Review
Déjà vu. That’s when you have a feeling you’ve experienced something prior to the recent experience. That’s what playing the new Incredible Hulk game feels like. Déjà vu. Except, if you played the last comic book hero turned movie turned video game, you actually have, to an extent.
Sega has the distinct honor of developing the new Marvel movie games. So far they are zero for two. The Incredible Hulk for PS3 has lots of undelivered promise. It also has to follow what was one of the best comic hero turned video games ever, Incredible Hulk – Ultimate Destruction. Sega’s newest entry pales in comparison.
The graphics are adequate, the voice work is boring and then there is the gameplay. The Hulk basically has numerous unlockables for even the most basic of moves, destroys everything in his path and it all gets repetitious by the third board. The enemies are numerous and keep regenerating but you can get past that with some patience. One positive note – the game saves numerous times during a mission so you don’t track back to the beginning.
This review is short because basically the game is dismal. Wipe off Ultimate Destruction and have some fun. Leave this one on the shelves.
One word to Sega – you have two more characters to go. Please read all the criticisms and make the appropriate adjustments. We comic book fans deserve better than this.