IGN: The Incredible Hulk Wii Review

Three years ago Radical Entertainment surprised critics and fans alike by delivering the high-quality Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction. A good movie-licensed comic-book game is a very rare thing. The open-world Hulk game was infused with a sly sense of humor, some decent story missions and a slew of fun mini-games. And it looked great on GameCub. Three years and a console generation later, Edge of Reality gives gamers a near identical game, but adds a fully destructible New York City. And yet, the new Incredible Hulk is a far weaker game that misses out on some of the fun things Radical did with Ultimate Destruction.

4.0 Presentation
5.5 Graphics
5.5 Sound
6.0 Gameplay
7.0 Lasting Appeal

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