Vivendi Universal The Hulk

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Fast-paced and action-packed, the blockbuster franchise and comic book saga unfolds for the first time on next-generation platforms, as Banner scours the planet trying to find anything to help him fight his involuntary rage.


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Required Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows 2000

Game Genre: Action/Adventure

ESRB Rating: T (Teen)

Media Format: DVD-ROM

Release Date: 2008-6-10


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Product Title: Vivendi Universal The Hulk

Manufacturer: Vivendi Universal

Lowest Price: $5.95 from Ebay

Power Score: 3.7 | 3 Reviews


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The Hulk

On top of finally getting his own movie this summer, everyone’s favorite big, green mass of primal fury is getting his own cross-platform video game. The Hulk is the latest movie tie-in to hit the PC, and the game features a brand new storyline that takes place after the events in the movie. The Hulk offers up a tasty dish of carnage and destruction, and does a fine job of emulating what it’s...
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By GameZone - Jun 8, 2003

Hulk

I spent a considerable amount of time playing Vivendi Universal's Hulk game. Unlike my console colleague, who covered the PS2, Xbox, and GameCube versions of the game, I wasn't really sure how to put my opinion down in words. One side of me was happy that game was light years better than most movie adaptations. The other side of me was angry that more wasn't done to make this a...
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By GameSpy - Jun 7, 2003

Hulk

With videogames based on summer blockbusters selling like hotcakes , it's really no surprise to see that Vivendi Universal has dipped its own foot into the pool with the digital reenactment of its parent company's impending hit, The Hulk. Developed by Radical Entertainment and powered by the full cooperation of Marvel Comics and Universal Pictures, Hulk could potentially be just as big...
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By IGN.com - May 23, 2003

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