The Incredible Hulk

XB360, PS3, WII, DS, PS2 / Action / Release: Jun 5, 2008 / ESRB: T


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No more Sega-published Marvel games

No more Sega-published Marvel games

Sega won't be publishing any more video games featuring characters from the Marvel Comics stable any time soon, if ever again. Marvel's vice president of games production, TQ Jefferson, while light on specifics, confirmed the news in a recent interview.

"There are no current plans for additional Marvel games to be published by Sega," he said.

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Axl Rose Sues Activision Over Slash in Guitar Hero 3

The much-publicised hostilities between Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose and former guitarist Slash have entered the realm of video games, as Rose is suing Activision Blizzard over Slash and songs from his new band Velvet Revolver appearing in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.

According to court documents dug up by Radar Online, Rose allegedly allowed the GNR song 'Welcome to the Jungle' to be used in GH3 only on condition that neither Slash's likeness nor his music would be in the game. Rose has been keen to distance GNR from Slash since he left in 1996. Read more »

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Space Invaders Extreme DLC: Totally Boss

A downloadable expansion pack for Backbone's neon-tastic Xbox Live Arcade revival Space Invaders Extreme will arrive tomorrow, June 17, during the night-time hours.

With the download priced at 240 Microsoft Points ($3), publisher Taito tells us that it will pack three new stages, new enemies and new bosses, along with "emulators of the original black-and-white Space Invaders and 8-bit color Space Invaders 2." Read more »

"Man, this one looks pretty fun. Would like to see an asteroids update, or have they already?"
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Arkanoid Hits Xbox Live Arcade Wednesday Alongside Space Invaders Extreme and Zombie Wranglers

Downloadable retro revival Arkanoid Live will debut on the Xbox Live Arcade this Wednesday, joining known releases Zombie Wranglers and Space Invaders Extreme, according to Xbox Live programming director Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb.

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"haha so 800 pts for arkanoid!?! space invaders? few months ago this would have been 400pts. ..."
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Space Invaders Extreme Hits XBLA Next Week

Backbone's Taito-commissioned Xbox Live Arcade rendition of Space Invaders Extreme will arrive next Wednesday, May 6 at 800 MS Points ($10), Taito announced today.

The neon-heavy downloadable shooter, meant to celebrate Space Invaders' 30th anniversary, packs super-sized enemies and trippy tunes along with various competitive and cooperative multiplayer modes for up to four online or offline players.

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Space Invaders XBLA Screenshots Get Extreme

Taito's celebration of Space Invaders' 30th Anniversary continues in these new screenshots from the upcoming Xbox Live Arcade download Space Invaders Extreme.

Developed by the folks at Backbone Entertainment, the Xbox 360 version of the game--Nintendo DS and PSP editions arrived last summer--adds four-player competitive and cooperative multiplayer to the mash-up of classic stylings and modern gameplay.

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Guitar Hero 3 Is The Highest Grossing Retail Game Ever, Claims Activision

The 2007 release of Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock has proven to be the highest-grossing retail game ever, according to Activision Publishing CEO Mike Griffith.

Guitar Hero III crossed $1 billion in sales during the 2008 during the holiday season, Griffith revealed during an Activision CES presentation, as reported by Edge Online. Read more »

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Taito Bringing Space Invaders, Arkanoid to Xbox Live

Developer Taito will bring the classic video game remakes Space Invaders Extreme and Arkanoid Live to the Xbox Live Arcade this winter.

Taito previously released Space Invaders Extreme on the Nintendo DS, along with a version of Arkanoid titled Arkanoid DS.

Arkanoid Live (360) will include 120 stages of retro-style block-bashing, along with online co-op and versus modes, according to Kotaku. Read more »

"I haven't played the new Arkanoid, but Space Invaders Extreme was fucking hot. I can't wait to ..."
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Metallica Drummer Responds to Retail-vs-Guitar Hero Sound Quality Feud

"Listen, I can't keep up with this shit," complained Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich in response to the internet pointing out that the Guitar Hero III DLC version of the band's new album Death Magnetic is of better quality than the CD on store shelves.

Speaking to Blender, Ulrich sounded much more educated on the issue than he gave himself credit for. "You gotta remember, when we put out '...And Justice for All,' people were going, 'What happened to these guys, this record? ... It sounds like it was recorded in a fuckin' garage on an eight-track.' And now '...And Justice for All' is sort of the seminal Metallica record that supposedly influenced a whole generation of death-metal bands." Read more »

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Guitar Hero Metallica DLC Tracks Better Quality Than Universal's Retail CDs

Internet audiophiles have discovered that the Guitar Hero version of Metallica album Death Magnetic is of better quality than the retail CD recently released by label Universal--and they have science to back it up.

"The CD version ... has been heavily compressed, limited and/or clipped, and sounds massively distorted as a result," said recording industry mixing engineer Ian Shepard in a blog post relayed by Wired. Read more »

"Metallica? Pfffft. Irrelevant these days. Seriously, they are hacks of their former selves. ..."
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Guitar Hero 3 Gets DragonForce DLC Next Month

Three new tracks from the face-melting epic metal band DragonForce are coming to Neversoft's Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock as downloadable content on August 21, according to the band's record label.

An update on the Roadrunner Records website reveals the three tracks as:

"I guess Guitar Hero has made Dragonforce too mainstream and now it's cool to hate them. Kinda ..."
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New Space Invaders Extreme Shots Touch Down

Publisher Taito has released new screenshots for both the Nintendo DS and PSP versions of its forthcoming classic shooter send-up Space Invaders Extreme, due for release next month alongside the company's Arkanoid DS.

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Sega Delivers 'Intensely Realistic' Hulk Shots

Publisher Sega has just provided us with 11 new screenshots of The Incredible Hulk, which it described as an "intensely realistic third-person action video game."

While the game's flat tires and inconsistent detail may not exactly fit the "intensely realistic" mantra, keep in mind that the title stars a gamma-radiated super hero. Read more »

"Wow, the models from ILM look great.....the rest of the game looks like Legos. "
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The Incredible Hulk Media Blowout

Irradiated with gamma ray goodness, publisher Sega has dropped a Hulk-sized load of screenshots from every version of the upcoming film-game tie-in, all of which arrive alongside the movie this June.

Below are two of the four galleries--scope out the full post for all the assets.

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Incredible Hulk Screenshots Have Flat Tires

Continuing its unrelenting assault of superhero game media, Sega has issued four more screenshots from the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 editions of The Incredible Hulk.

Along with a radically inconsistent attention to detail--look at the Hulk's arm, then check out the tires--the shots highlight the characters of Bruce Banner, Betty Ross, Emil Blonsky, and General Ross. Each character is respectively voiced by their film counterpart: Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth and William Hurt. Read more »

"what? why are people spazzing out over this? What has it got to do with the gameplay? So they're ..."
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