The Incredible Hulk (2008 Video Game)

The Incredible Hulk (2008 Video Game)

The Incredible Hulk is a video game based on the Marvel superhero Hulk and the 2008 film. The console versions were released on June 5, 2008 and the PC version was released on June 10, 2008. Edge of Reality developed the console versions while Amaze Entertainment developed the handheld version of the game.

The game plays much like The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction, because of its free-roam gameplay and its similar controls. The main enemies in the game include Abomination, U-Foes, Bi-Beast, The Enclave, and the United States Army led by General "Thunderbolt" Ross and Major Glenn Talbot.

A significant feature has Edward Norton, Tim Roth, Liv Tyler, William Hurt, and Tim Blake Nelson reprising their roles from the movie.

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