VU names voices for new Hulk game
Ron Perlman, Neal McDonough, and Richard Moll lend talent to upcoming game featuring the mean green machine.
VU Games today announced the voice cast for its upcoming third-person action game, The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction. The game is set for release this August on the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube.
Reprising his role as the voice of Hulk's mild-mannered alter ego Bruce Banner in the 1990s cartoon series The Incredible Hulk is Neal McDonough. McDonough has been featured in such films as Walking Tall and Minority Report, as well as the television shows Boomtown and Band of Brothers.
Ron Perlman, widely known for his portrayal of the cigar-smoking titular demon in Hellboy, will play Hulk's rival, Emil Blonsky, and the Abomination. Perlman is no stranger to gaming. His baritone voice has been featured in several top-tier games, including Halo 2 (as Lord Hood), The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay, True Crime: Streets of LA, and the Fallout franchise.
Rounding out the cast is Richard Moll, who will voice Banner's evil subconscious apparition that is Devil Hulk. Moll is best known for playing Bull, the tall, bald bailiff from TV's Night Court.
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction is currently in development by Radical Entertainment and will be rated T for Teen and sell for $49.99. For more information on the game, head over to GameSpot's previous coverage.
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