The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 8.5/10

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The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction Reviews

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EuroGamer 8/10 Sep 09 '05
Game Revolution  --- Sep 15 '05
GameLemon 8.0/10 Sep 14 '05
Gamespy 4.5/5 Aug 22 '05
GameZone 8.9/10 Aug 31 '05
Gaming Target 9/10 Sep 15 '05
Total Games 67% Sep 01 '05
Worthplaying 8.9/10 Sep 24 '05
Game Over 90% Sep 27 '05
GameSpot 8.2/10 Aug 22 '05
IGN Xbox 8.4/10 Aug 16 '05
Team Xbox 9/10 Aug 22 '05
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The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction Previews

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Team X-Box Jul 22 '05
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"An open-ended game with a storyline from the comics, featuring the Incredible Hulk doing what he does best: smashing things. "
"Hulk fans are sure to have a blast smashing their way through every destructible obstacle the game throws at them."
"Repetition and environmental limitations aside, The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction is a terrific way to pass the time for existing and future Hulk fans. There are more moves to choose from here than in any other game of recent memory and the attention to detail aimed at fans (expect references to Jarella, the Pantheon, and issue #102 among others) is a great touch. And just like San Andreas and Spider-Man 2 before it, this is one of those uncommon games where it's just as much fun to run around town causing trouble, as it is to do the main missions. A must-have for Hulk fans everywhere and a must play for any self-respecting action fan."
"Sometimes an impressive list of collaborators doesn’t actually equal a great game, but VU and Radical have been on this block before and it shows. The result is one of the best action/adventures of the year and a strong candidate for the best comic book videogame ever made. Pick The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction up if you’re looking for offline fun that is on par with titles such as Mercenaries and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, or if third-person adventures are your bag."
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