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If you played the game
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction
(2005?) then you'll be very familiar with the mechanics and basic gameplay. Ultimate Destruction (UD) had more cartoony graphics, but it allowed for more people, cars, etc. in the environment. The Incredible Hulk (2008) is a movie tie-in (and shockingly good considering that fact) that goes with a more realistic texturing. If I'm being honest, the cartoon graphics were superior in my opinion given the limitations on the PS2 hardware make things a little pixelated. If you've seen the movie tie-in to Transformers 1, then you get the general idea.
So really, it's very hard to review this one without comparisons to UD sticking in my mind. Like jumps being more "floaty" or now being able to heal at will w/out finding power-ups making the game relatively easier. It's also a heck of a lot easier to take down a building. Another cool thing, when you're scaling a building instead of just climbing up you sort of grab a hand hold, toss yourself up, and then grab with the other hand. It's pretty "realistic" to how Hulk would actually go up. A word of warning though, hulks controls can be pretty sloppy. You'll likely die at least a few times when he refuses to perform a healing move.
For game play, you have a wide open city to explore, which is a bit more interesting than it sounds. You can smash stuff, but after a while that loses it's luster. It's fun to terrorize people and bring down buildings, but 20 buildings in...a little less. The actual missions have you attacking, defending, etc. and will probably take you significantly under 10 hours to complete. It's got some replay value just to go through again and do better, but you may want to play another few games in between.
So final verdict, the game is fun and it's worth finding a good copy for your collection, but if I had to pick between the two at a similar price, I'd still have to go with UD since it had a little bit more humor and was just a bit more fun to me. Still, surprisingly great game for a movie tie-in and worth a buy.