Hulk (2003)

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Set shortly after the movie, while on the run; Bruce Banner is contacted by his old mentor Professor Crawfrod, who claims to have developed a device called the Gamma Orb which can cure the ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Bruce Banner (voice)
Betty Ross (voice)
Michael Donovan ...
Grey Hulk (voice)
Paul Dobson ...
Madman / Philip Sterns (voice)
Jano Frandsen ...
General John Ryker (voice)
Doc Harris ...
Robot (voice)
Soldiers (voice)
Dion Luther ...
Ravage / Dr. Geoffrey Crawford (voice)
Murray McCarron ...
Soldiers (voice)
Wendy Nakano ...
Elevator VO (voice)
Graig Robertson ...
The Hulk (voice)
Half-Life / Flux (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Soldier (voice)
Michael Hovan ...
Scientist (voice)


Set shortly after the movie, while on the run; Bruce Banner is contacted by his old mentor Professor Crawfrod, who claims to have developed a device called the Gamma Orb which can cure the Hulk. But Crawford instead uses the Orb to barrow the Hulk's power to cure his own disease by transforming into the super-villain known as Ravage. With General Ryker's forces in hot pursuit, Bruce sets out to stop Ravage before a mysterious clandestine organization can misuse Hulk's power for their own twisted schemes. Written by redcommander27

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When Bruce Banner is sneaking into the military facility, there is a message over the PA system saying that a dog has escaped, and ordering a containment crew to "Sector 7G". Sector 7G is the sector of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant where Homer Simpson works in The Simpsons (1989). See more »


Bruce Banner: This isn't your power, it's my cusre and I'm taking it back.
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Exciting and fun
6 June 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Hulk is a blast - there's two styles of gameplay, one is stealth-avoidance as Banner and fast-paced over the top action as Hulk.

Hulk gameplay is definitely the star, with Hulk able to smash just about everything in the world. The box claims "if you can see it, you can smash it" - when you play it, you'll find out that's true.

Hulk smashes walls, cracks the floor and can use pretty much anything as a weapon to fight with.

The voice acting from the cinema crew really adds to the experience. There are also a bunch of extras such as movies and photo galleries from the movie, so all in all it's a nice package.

Most striking are the graphics. The game has a snazzy visual style which looks somewhere in between the movie and a comic - it's really quite different.

Once you've gone through the game you can play through again as Grey Hulk, the wise-cracking version of the Hulk from the 80's comics. This feature really makes playing the game a different experience and extends playtime once you've been through the game.

My take: 8.5/10, recommended!

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