'''''Hulk''''' is a 2003 video game developed by Creator/RadicalEntertainment and published by Universal Interactive, based on [[Film/{{Hulk}} the movie of the same name and year]]. The game doesn't follow the story of the movie, but it's from the comics.
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* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer: One of the early stages takes place in one.
* AllJustADream: The tutorial level for Hulk.
* ArtificialBrilliance: A largely-overlooked component of this game: More than a few of the enemy types are capable of recognizing whenever you're spamming an attack (expecially a ChargedAttack such as the aerial ground stomp) and will either move out of the way or just flat out attack you before you can finish the move. They'll also try to knock you down if they see you trying to use too many environmental pickups.
* AttackReflector: The Hulk can deflect incoming missiles by ''[[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome punching them]]!''
* CameraScrew: Not all that frequent, but minor versions of this crop up from time to time.
* DeathTouch: There's a CheatCode that gives you this ability. Even allows you to [[OneHitKill one-shot]] ''[[GameBreaker bosses!]]''
* ElaborateUndergroundBase[=/=]IslandBase[=/=]TheAlcatraz: Three tropes, one base. And all three are played straighter than an arrow.
* ExplodingBarrel: Lots.
* FalseFriend: [[spoiler: Dr. Crawford, early on.]]
* FiveBadBand[=/=]StandardEvilEmpireHierarchy: [[spoiler: The Leader]]'s inner circle counts as both
** TheEmperor (A.K.A. TheBigBad): [[spoiler: The Leader himself]]
** The Right Hand (A.K.A. TheBrute[=/=]TheDragon): Madman.
*** [[spoiler: DragonHisFeet[=/=]LastVillainStand]]: [[spoiler: He appears after The Leader is defeated, with the intention of fighting you to the death.]]
** {{The Hero}}'s EvilCounterpart (A.K.A. TheEvilGenius[=/=][[spoiler: SixthRangerTraitor]]: [[spoiler: Dr. Crawford]]/Ravage. (doubles as a [[CoDragons Co-Dragon]] alongside Madman, though the two are never seen directly working together)
** The Oddball (A.K.A. TheDarkChick): Half-Life
* FoeTossingCharge: Pretty much all of the Hulk-based levels involve him knocking his foes out of the way in order to reach something, most notably [[spoiler: the mission involving him chasing down Ravage]] and [[spoiler: the mission involving the [[RoaringRampageOfRescue rescue]] of Betty Ross from the clutches of Madman]].
** For a more literal and somewhat {{Punny}} example, the game has a move where you perform a short charge that will knock (almost) anyone out of your way.
* FriendlyFire: While the enemies always focus their attacks on you, they're still capable of damaging each other. [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity often ensues]] when this happens.
* GameplayAndStorySegregation: The same type of energy shield that usually just stuns Hulk in the game [[spoiler: outright knocks him unconscious in one of the cutscenes.]]
** In the cutscenes, he also has his [[InASingleBound super-jumping]] ability from the comics, but he can't do it in-game. This was a surprisingly major complaint about the game back when it was new.
** He takes damage from bullets in-game, even though they have absolutely no effect against him in the cutscenes. (or anywhere else, really)[[note]]Justified, for obvious challenge-related reasons.[[/note]]
** Regardless of how much time you spend fighting enemies during the mission [[spoiler: where you're chasing down Ravage]], the in-game cutscenes will always place you just behind [[spoiler: him]].
*** Same applies to the mission [[spoiler: where the underground Alcatraz base is collapsing, and Madman fights you at the end. No matter how much time you spend fighting him, the base will not collapse during the battle.]]
* MirrorBoss: Ravage. He has most of your moves, is the same speed as you, and (unlike the other bosses) his boss battle is a straight-up fistfight with no gimmicks attached.
* RecurringBoss: [[spoiler: Madman]]
* RoaringRampageOfRescue: [[spoiler: The aforementioned mission where you have to rescue Betty Ross from Madman]].
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: At least half of the plot of this game was brought about by [[spoiler: Dr. Crawford tricking Bruce into giving him The Hulk's energy, and The Hulk chasing him down wherever he goes in order to beat the shit out of him and take it back. In fact, Banner might not have found out about any of the other plot-related events of the game if Dr. Crawford hadn't screwed him over.]]
* [[BlownAcrossTheRoom Smacked Across The Room]]: Naturally, many of The Hulk's attacks tend to do this to most of his adversaries.
** Explosives and certain boss attacks are capable of doing this to ''you'' as well.
* StealthBasedMission: Most as Banner.
* StealthPun[=/=]VisualPun: Madman has African-American facial features, but he's colored orange. Looks like [[Series/OrangeIsTheNewBlack orange really IS the new black.]][[note]]Doubles as HilariousInHindsight, since the series came out ''long'' after this game did.[[/note]]
* VillainExitStageLeft: [[spoiler: During the boss battle where you face Half-Life and Madman again (at the same time), the latter will do this once you beat him, leaving the former to fight alone.]]
* WeWillMeetAgain:
--> [[spoiler: '''The Leader:''' "This is ''not'' a victory! Today, we ''both'' lose!" (cue angry noises followed by an exit via teleportation)]]
* [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse What Happened to Betty?]]
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