Ultimate Destruction says it all. THIS is how 'The Hulk' should have been.
Why: HULK SMASH!! Man alive! Fasten your seatbelt and prepare to annihilate every single one of your pathetic foes! This game accurately simulates what The Hulk is all about. Run through stuff, smash stuff, throw stuff, and you never stop. Although there are still attack-combos, it's done in a way that lets you continue being as relentless as possible. You choose how you wish to destroy your foes, and you choose quickly, the execution of the moves are all so incredible, you'll have to see it to beleive it.
The campaign, while fun, is not as impressive as the game intertwined is. That's right, the game is almost done in an RPG style, in which you go to way points in order to receive your next mission. However, along the way, once you get spotted by local authorities, you quickly have to defend against an onslaught of enemies that wish to kill Hulk. Now, although I would have liked to see the challenge modes return, this game is truly Incredible.
Why: Well, the graphics are amazing. Hulk looks really good, as do the explosions and tanks. Oh yeah, you can grab onto and discus-throw tanks, just like in the movie! Fram rate does clinch up when facing multiple mechs but nothing deterrent.
Why: Hear the Hulk roar and snarl as he crunches his way through metal, glass, and steel. Hear every explosion, and smash effect. It's got it all.
Why: This game is so deep. While out of the missions, (depending on where you are in the campaign) you'll face a wide variety of foes and as I said, the fighting is monstrous.
Reviewer's Tilt: 9
Why: Lack of challenge modes make Ultimate Destruction lacking in some areas. Not to mention that Hulk once again has a limited number of moves, the fighting is just so cleverly done that it doesn't feel that way.