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|Features:||Manual Included||Platform:||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||Game Name:||Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction|
|Genre:||Action & Adventure||Video Game Series:||Incredible Hulk|
This third-person action game is designed to let Hulk do what Hulk does best. Based on the Marvel Comics character, Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction puts players in the role of the most powerful, angry creature on the planet, and then sets them loose in open expanses of unwary civilization.
Fittingly, the game's environments are designed to be almost completely destructible, and Hulk can learn to wield nearly any item he finds among the wreckage as a weapon. While freely roamed cityscapes in need of random smashing will be tempting to many, the game does offer a storyline, which plays out through a series of missions. Side quests may give Hulk some direction as well. If he wants any.
Although developed by the same studio that created 2003's Hulk game, Ultimate Destruction is not tied to the Ang Lee film. Writer Paul Jenkins and artist Brian Hitch helped create the storyline and settings of Ultimate Destruction, which are based more directly on the original comic book.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||45966614|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Sony PlayStation 2|
|Game Name||Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1|
|Genre||Action/Adventure, Adventure, Action/Adventure|
|ESRB Descriptor||Language, Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||New free-form level design lets Hulk smash, throw, and climb everything in sight Complete more than 30 missions in eight chapters of story-driven gameplay Go fist-to-fist with six archrivals from the comic book series, includi|
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Hulk Ultimate Distruction Review
Well, when i found the game on ebay it said "NEW", but when i got the game in the mail and opened the packaging, in my mind it said,'not so new'. Them game was in fact used. i opened the case and checked out the disc for any scratches and luckily it didn't have a single scratch on it. so i guess the game was as "new" as it could get, due to the fact that they don't make this game anymore, which is fine, as long as the game is in good condition and playable. The game is pretty fun. Going around smashing things, jumping super high into the sky, taking on loads of enemy's all at once. people say its got a sandbox grand theft auto feel and, i agree. It does get tough at times. even when the game is on EASY it gets hard but, I have managed to beat the game twice on easy. i don't even want to bother going any higher than the EASY setting. if your a hulk fan, or you still have a ps2 and you don't have this game in your library i recommend picking this one up.
Descibes the Hulk visually and Interactively
Ah, the comic book-based games. These are notoriously some of the worst games in the video game industry. With barely average games like Batman Begins to the infamously horrid like Superman 64, saying these games fail to capture greatness of the comics would be an understatement. Only few of them have ever qualified to call themselves video games. The Incredible Hulk Ultimate Destruction is one of them. Not only does it do the comics justice, its also fun to boot. Hulk is known for being a vicious yet semi-creative madman, and it shows throughout this title. Off the bat the game starts you off in a tutorial that gets you familiar with the controls. You'll probably notice fairly quickly that the controls feel tight and responsive. From there the game hurls you right into the action as you attempt escape the military. It isn't too long before the fun really starts to pick up. You'll go around doing mission based tasks as you try to find a cure to rid yourself of the monster in you. These span from fetch quests to smashers and get crazier as you go. Generally this is due to the enemy of the game: the U.S. army. Tons of troops, tanks, choppers and hulk-busters challenge you as you quest for inner peace. These guys only get harder as you go along. With each chapter completed, Hulk (who is the only playable character, by the way) can buy newer moves to make his life a little easier. Most of anything you can imagine hulk do is in here. From sonic claps to "weaponizing" to atomic explosions, this game pretty much has it all. What's even more surprising is that most of these moves work so well and actually come in handy. It all boils down to simple (and memorable) button combos and charging (Nearly every move can be charged up. Even mid-combo moves). What is shown on screen is nothing short of satisfying. Debris, cars, civilians and enemies cascade around you while appropriate crunches, crumbles and screams boom out of your speakers. The creativity of some of these moves (especially the ways you can make different objects and enemies into weapons) will no doubt leave a smile on your face. It truly adds to the already pleasing and well thought out destructive force of the game. Bosses are also epic and fun, not to mention challenging. In fact, the game in general can pose an intense, albeit sometimes frustrating, challenge. As enemies rain down you, you'll fend off the onslaughts with your skills and anything around you to survive. With so much done right with the gameplay, you almost forget you're playing a licensed game. The music in the game is nicely orchestrated, fitting and sometimes epic (like during the bosses). The voice acting is spot on with Neal McDonough from the 90's cartoon reprising his role as the tragic Bruce Banner and Ron Pearlman as the sinister Emil Blonsky/Abomination. The story is decent yet short (30 story missions and text telling a good portion of the it). The extras are plentiful with 40 optional and unique (and sometimes quirky) missions to complete and several artworks, movies and alternate costumes to collect. Glaring short-comings can be found (only two main areas, repetition in combat/voice clips, frame rate slows down when too intense, fair graphics), but that's to be expected for this kind of game. What is done right, however, makes them almost forgettable. For a licensed and action title, Ultimate Destruction is too good to pass up for fans and the maniacal (same difference? ;P).
with emphasis on ULTIMATE DESTRUCTION
I don't know why people don't like free-roaming, I think it's at least 1/2 the reason I buy games like this. I put it right up there with Spider-man 2, though it does get a little old like some reviewers said just running around. That's where Spider-man 2 has the edge, since when you're "running around" you're actually swinging around which makes it a little more adventurous compared to running and jumping everywhere. Hulk does have the edge in "handling situations" compared to Spider-man 2... like the smashing and throwing and spearing instead of just shooting webbing or using it in some way. If you're looking for this type of game, I'd call it a toss-up between this and Spider-man 2... it really comes down to who your favorite superhero is I guess, since they're both very even in quality.
It lives up to it's name.
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate destruction is a fairly straight forward, arcade-ishly fun time, that felt like a Side-Scrolling Beat'em up, except it was in 3D. It doesn't revolutionize the Super Hero Video Game genre, but it does offer enough entertainment to keep you playing until the end. Here's the key items that I think impact the game-play the most. The Hulk: He's in it; a must for Hulk fans. He's big, tough, and represented quite well I think (of course I'm admittedly not a Hulk aficionado). The game also makes sure that you play only as the Hulk. I'm sure it may have been interesting to have you play as Bruce Banner, maybe in a couple of stealth levels or something like that. At the same time, I don't think it would've been worth the variety, since people who buy a game with a name like this probably want to play as the Hulk as much as they can. Damageables - You can pick up people, lamp posts, trees, concrete road barriers, cars, buses, and pretty much anything equal in size to or smaller than a tank or small mech suit, and use it as a weapon. You don't have to look hard to find something you can pick up and throw. Most vehicles will also show visible damage as you pound on them. Streets will crack when you land on them after a high jump. Bricks and concrete will crumble off buildings as you run up the sides of them. All very nice. Sadly, it's the larger mechs that disappoint in the visible damage arena. Sure, they'll light on fire, but I never really noticed much actual damage on them until they're about to explode. You kind of lose that sense of power you're suppose to have when your charged up flying fist attack doesn't even put a dent in the armor. Side Tasks: There's plenty to choose from, and some of them are quite fun. One kind in particular has you searching the rooftop for soldiers with rocket launchers, and you have to take them out before time runs out. More often than not though, the bonus missions are more like mini-games. Some players may get a kick out of them, but somehow giant-inflatable-gorilla-sailing didn't seem to fit in with the rest of the game-play. Camera: It's not great. It works best when your target is a few blocks away, and in front of you. When you get into close combat situations, you can lose sight of your target and lose sight of yourself. During some the more hectic scenes in the second have of the game, the busy scenes can cause confusion as to what's going on. In these tight situation, you just use the lock-on feature, mash the buttons, and hope you hit something. Controls : Like the Hulk himself, they lack finesse. The lack of responsiveness can make it too hard to pull off precise moves, or change tactics in the middle of an action or combo. Upgrades: Probably the best part of the game for me, there's plenty of new moves to unlock and purchase with the smash points you collect throughout the game. After you've played through the story missions, and tire of the bonus objectives you can just run around the environment causing havoc, and raising your "threat level" until the authorities feel the need to try and put a stop to your destruction, and start throwing random bad guys at you. It's the kind of fun that can probably best be described as "Weeeee!". Nothing serious and holds some entertainment, but wasn't overly memorable with a few frustrating battles thrown in the mix. It's worth a look if you're into super hero games, and it's probably a must have if you're a Hulk fan.
Very great game, even tested by time.
Hulk: Ultimate Destruction holds strong reviews, even today, since it's release in 2005. It's free roam, environmental destructibility, and lengthy move list makes for a fun game. Graphics are typical for the time period, providing (a word always used in game reviews) a somewhat lackluster environment, but what can you expect from 2005.. Most critics hold H:UD in very high regard, and I don't disagree.