The Incredible Hulk
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The Incredible Hulk is a side-scrolling action video game released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Genesis, Sega Master System, and Sega Game Gear. The game was originally released in August 1994 and was published by U.S. Gold.
The player controls the Incredible Hulk while searching for the Leader. Five levels await ranging from city skyscrapers to alien landscapes. The Marvel Comics villains featured as the five levels' respective bosses are The Abomination (who appears as a sub-boss in every level), Rhino, Absorbing Man, Tyrannus, and the Leader.
The player navigates The Hulk through the 7 different levels, defeating enemies such as The Leader's robots to The Abomination as a mini-boss in most levels. Different power-ups can be collected, such as extra time in the level boss, super-health pills, extra lives, and tranquility pills. Tranquility pills can be stored and used at will, and their effect reverts The Hulk back to Bruce Banner. While in Banner form, the player has no form of attack, except for laser guns randomly found in a level, which only have 2 bullets per gun. The player's only other option is to evade any enemies by jumping if not possessing a gun. Bruce will transform back into The Hulk if any hits are taken while standing up on the ground.
There are 3 different endings in the game, depending on what difficulty the player has beaten the game on. The Easy ending has The Leader scoffing at the Hulk's power, further angering him, and then going to the credits. The normal ending contains The Leader leaving his hideout in an escape pod, and triggering the self-destruct sequence on his fortress. The Hulk escapes before the fortress explodes, then the credits play. The Hard ending can be considered the best ending, as it contains a lot of details from the Normal ending. The Leader attempts to escape once again, but The Hulk retaliates by throwing a chunk of rubble at The Leader's escape pod and sending it down. The battle is considered over, and peace is restored to the area.
If the player fails to continue the game, then the Leader takes over the world in an act of world domination. All versions of the game have a high score list.