Hulk GameCube
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  • Summary: The Hulk takes place one year after the events in the film, with troubled scientist Bruce Banner and his enraged alter ego, The Hulk, forced into action once again. A new villain, known as The Leader, plans to use The Hulk's gamma energy to unleash a relentless army of gamma creatures on the world, and only you can stop him. Employ the powers of stealth and logic as Bruce Banner, or command the incredible strength and fury of The Hulk. Take down your foes in fully destructible environments. The Hulk's 25 attacks can hurt your foes and can also destroy your environment. Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 11 out of 26
  2. Negative: 0 out of 26
  1. 100
    Best of all, the game's environments are destructible, so if it exists, Hulk can smash it. [July 2003, p.34]
  2. We would love to see an open-world game with less linearity and an even richer story. But for now, this action brawler delivers loads of mindless mayhem. [13 June 2003, p.104]
  3. A fun smash-everything experience with slick controls and fast, furious gameplay, and it will leave action fans satisfied. However, due to its short lifespan and repetitive nature, it is really a game more suited for rental than purchase.
  4. Good, clean clobberin’ fun. It’s got its problems, mostly with the Banner sections, but it’s fun. And sometimes that's all I want.
  5. For all that The Hulk misses on, like the repetitive level designs and the clumsy stealth action sequences, the game gets enough of it right to tip the scales in its favor.
  6. Given the subject matter we can’t knock the developer for this but the relative limitations set by the cast of characters makes this the perfect microcosm for The Hulk: bludgeoning, loud, unthinking and very occasionally, as soft as muck.
  7. The bad enemy AI, poor enemy variety and extreme linearity makes it hard to want to play any of the levels more than once. In the case of the Banner levels, you won't want to play them at all.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6