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Yes, Hulk: Ultimate Destruction takes a page from the GTA handbook with an open-ended version of New York. Luckily, it makes for one of the best super hero games of 2005. Due to it's destructive and interactive elements, it has more to offer than the similar Ultimate Spider-Man. There's something devilishly entertaining about picking up a bus, crushing it into a shield and then riding it like a surfboard (only way to travel). Or turning a sedan into fists of twisted metal (that's why you buy liability insurance). The story is okay, not too engaging, but moves things along. Sound and graphics are better than average, but not great. The whole game is maybe 10 hours long, although the game does give you the option to restart at a higher difficulty with all your upgrades. The worth of taking a second trip through the game is debatable though. Overall, it's a good GTA clone that brings some new things to the table. Most important, it's fun. A little aggravating and repetitive, but fun.
Are you people serious?! Giving this game such high ratings?! A 10 means; TEN=BEST FLAWLESS VIDEO GAME, PERFECT IN EVERY WAY. This video game is not flawless and far from perfect. Its the same exact missions over and over and over!! You see the score of this game is a 7.9, meaning all the other people that rated this game like me are afraid to write a review because they don't want to see '0 o 20 people found this review helpful'. But I'm a top 10 reviewer (and could care less) I'll tell it like it is; This game is just plain redundant. The first 2 levels are creative, but once you've played one level, you've played them all. Because they are all exactly the same!!! Pick something up and smash it or survive without losing all energy, over and over ad-nauseum! If you're reading this I'm telling you the truth, everyone that rated this game high is just an Incredible Hulk fan gushing because their favorite comic hero got a game. This game is far from a 10 and just ok at best!