Mindless, repetetive gameplay
If i had a nickel for every crappy licensed game that squirmed its way onto store shelves, I sure as hell wouldn't be stuck reviewing 'em.
The Incredible Hulk falls squarely into this category, thanks to its mindless, repetetive gameplay and uninspired level designs. Technically speaking, Hulk isn't so offensive; respectable character animation mixes with a neat angled perspective to offer a decent visual package. In fact, seeing the game in motion made me wonder why EA hasn't attempted a handheld version of Diablo(PS1). Hulk's problem lies in its gameplay: It's just plain boring. Walking around massive, confusing levels and punching out enemies over and over (and over and over) with the same three or four moves is not fun--it's tedious.
The awkward controls don't help matters; lining yourself up with objects you want to destroy is often unnecessarily difficult. That said, the option t...