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PUBLISHED: 15:27 12 August 2008 | UPDATED: 13:31 05 October 2010

The Incredible Hulk might be green, but he d rather tear up an army of tanks and soldiers than replace his light bulbs with more energy efficient ones. In fact, why stop at an army? Wouldn t it be more fun if he was let loose in a gigantic city and tore i

The Incredible Hulk might be green, but he'd rather tear up an army of tanks and soldiers than replace his light bulbs with more energy efficient ones. In fact, why stop at an army? Wouldn't it be more fun if he was let loose in a gigantic city and tore it to shreds? That's exactly what's on offer in the latest Hulk videogame as everyone's favourite lean, green thumping machine decides to wreak havoc in New York City. Almost every building can be pummelled to dust in the game as Bruce Banner's alter ego takes on old foes The Abomination and Bi-Beast. Due for release at the end of June, the game will appear on PC, PS 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo DS .


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