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The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction (2005)

As Bruce Banner, he is merely just another guy named Bruce... but as the Incredible Hulk... he's more than a man... but a monster. Play as the Hulk as you experience the freedom to lose ... See full summary »

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Bruce Banner (voice)
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Samson (voice)
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Devil Hulk (voice)
Michael Donovan ...
Grey Hulk (voice)
David Thomas ...
General Ross (voice)
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Nadia (voice)
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Reporter (voice)
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The Hulk (voice)
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Control Plus Other (voice) (as Nick Guest)
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Guard #1 (voice)
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Blackhawk (voice)
Katherine Ferguson ...
Harrier (voice)
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As Bruce Banner, he is merely just another guy named Bruce... but as the Incredible Hulk... he's more than a man... but a monster. Play as the Hulk as you experience the freedom to lose control. You can tear up New York City, or join the storyline and fight the madness of Emil Blonsky. Let rage become your ultimate weapon as you chose the path of the monster - creator of chaos or guardian of justice. You decide. Written by nmfan101

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Experience the freedom to loose control

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This game is a remake of the first game "Hulk" made in 2003 See more »

Quotes

Bruce Banner: What's happening to me?
[Bruce turns around and sees the Devil Hulk in the mirror instead of his reflection]
Devil Hulk: My darling boy, my Bruce... don't be afraid. Scientists aren't supposed to fear... evolution.
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Connections

Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #34.5 (2005) See more »

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Lots of destruction to this one!
12 December 2010 | by See all my reviews

This Hulk video game is better than its predecessor, but still not as good as it can be. I know the makers want to make the game challenging, but I found this one a bit to challenging on more than one occasion. This one has the Hulk capable of going to a couple of cities and doing some things that are not really in the Hulk's vast array of talents, such as running up buildings and stuff. It is fun running around destroying things, but to often the military shows up and they have some really powerful weaponry. I am sorry, but the Hulk is supposed to be the supreme powerhouse and he heals faster than Wolverine for crying out loud so it was annoying how challenging things were in this one. I want to overpower all! Instead I was constantly having trouble with the various enemies and those missions where you had to grab something and take it back to your base had me cussing up a storm. Still, overall this was a really fun game and I liked it a lot. Never won it though as Abomination proved to be just to tough for me as I tried to fight him a ton of times in a row and always fell short. Still, this game was cool and for the most part it was fun just a bit to tough for my tastes. That and it is the Hulk, I am sorry but I would rather just smash all my opponents to death!


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