The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction along with Spiderman 2 did for superhero games what Grand Theft Auto did for racing games. An entirely different approach from vintage side scrollers and poorly executed early attempts at 3-dimensional games, such as Superman 64,Ultimate Destruction let players bound around like The Hulk should.
The unstoppable monster can crawl walls and jump extreme heights and distances. The game takes place in an open world environment and wandering the landscape is just as fun as battling opponents. Classic Hulk combat moves, such as smashing and throwing cars, are equally at home in this game.
Neal McDonough reprises his role as Bruce Banner from the 1996 animated series.