I must confess that I am terrible at watching movies and never got into comic books as much as I'd have liked, so when The Incredible Hulk: The Official Videogame was found sitting on my doormat, I wondered whether or not I'd be able to eke some fun out of it or if I'd end up suffering License Hell in order to give you your review.
The results are in, and actually refreshingly pleasant. Hit the jump as we take Ed Norton and his wacky pals out on a destructive daytrip around New York City, fighting Tim Roth, some supervillains with stupid names, and scientists that think dressing up like Master Chief makes them look less geeky.
|Score: 7.0 (Good. Replayable, fun, but nothing innovative or amazing. The game potentially has large flaws that, while they don't make the game bad, prevent it from being as good as it could be.)|