Crispy Gamer writes: "The reboot of The Incredible Hulk franchise on the big screen means someone -- this time Sega -- is looking to cash in on the hype in videogame form. Since The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction developer Radical Entertainment has its hands full with Prototype, Sega has enlisted Austin, Texas-based Edge of Reality (Cipher Complex, Pitfall: The Lost Expedition, Shark Tale, Over the Hedge) to bring the green behemoth to next-gen consoles for the first time. Hulk fans have been blessed with some pretty decent games from Radical in the past, and from what we've experienced with Edge of Reality's first effort, we wish Radical could have developed this game as well.
The Incredible Hulk will have one storyline that follows the events of the movie with the majority of the game taking place in New York, but the game will also include three separate storylines interwoven throughout the experience. Almost all of the characters in the movie are in the game, and Edge of Reality has lined up Ed Norton, Liv Tyler, William Hurt and Tim Roth to provide voice talent and likenesses for authenticity. The other storylines will be based around comic book lore and elements in the Hulk universe, so expect to take on such long-time Hulk staples as BiBeast, the U-Foes and more."
-Level almost everything in Manhattan
-Loads of unlockables promised for comic fans
-It may be more Hulk, but nothing feels really new