The Incredible Hulk Rip Team JPN
The Incredible Hulk l English l PC l Size 329 MB
Developer: Edge of Reality
Release Date: Jun 10, 2008
ESRB Descriptors: Mild , Violence, Mild Blood
The story shows Hulks evolution from local monster who everyone wants out of their precious city to the lesser-of-two-evils abnormality who saves New York from an even greater threat. Half of the cutscenes are told through static screens featuring just a tape recorder and Edward Nortons tired voice, whereas the other half are poorly rendered cinematics that show barely recognizable versions of the stars from the movie. Its hard to get immersed in this tale of alienation and redemption when the actors sound so disinterested in the proceedings.
he visuals in Hulk are absolutely atrocious. The comically archaic draw-in and pop-up from the other versions are even more pronounced here, hindering not only your visibility but your fun as well. Though textures are more detailed than in the lower resolution Wii version, the same abhorrent fog is ever-present. When you climb a building and look at the city beneath you, there is nothing but a thick wall of gray engulfing everything. Its often impossible to judge how far you must jump to land on the next building because you cant see it, which saps the fun of bounding around the city. When youre walking at ground level, people and cars will pop into view right in front of you and mysteriously disappear when they leave your sight. There is also a lot of clipping going on. You can toss cars straight through buildings, and youll see Hulks arm go clean through the backside of enemies, causing no damage. At other times, youll reach out to grab an object that lies in front of you and it will vanish right before your eyes.
OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista
Processor: Pentium 4 @ 2 GHz
Memory: 512 Mb
Hard Drive: 1.8 Gb free
Video Memory: 128 Mb
Video Card: with Pixel / Vertex Shader 2.0 Support
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
DVD Rom Drive
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