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Edge of Reality
GENRE: Action
June 05, 2008
The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk

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 Written by Matt Swider  on April 07, 2008

News: The difference is slightly more than a wii bit.

The Incredible Hulk is as incredibly muscular as he is green. But there are some instances in which he's appeared more ripped than others. Two weekends ago, in his GameTrailers TV premier for Sega's upcoming The Incredible Hulk game, his muscle definition had a whole lot of definition. However, we knew that was footage of the game running on PS3, Xbox 360 or the PC. It's also coming out for Wii and PS2, and I couldn't help but wonder: how did he look shirtless on those systems, even though I'm as straight as he is green.

Today, Sega released a couple of Wii screenshots for The Incredible Hulk, which seem to indicate that Bruce Banner's alter ego looses a little bit of muscle mass on Nintendo's system (and I'm guessing on the PS2). The saving grace for Hulk on Wii might be the fact that going smash and getting angry may be more fun with a remote and nunchuk.

The Incredible Hulk doesn't release until early June, in conjunction with the upcoming Edward Norton movie. So, there's some time for Marvel's green superhero to take some vitamin supplements. But here's a quick comparison of how he's shaping up between the next-gen systems and other ?next-gen? system.

Judge for yourself:

The Incredible Hulk for Wii

Click here for the complete Wii gallery to compare even more

The Incredible Hulk for Next-Gen

Click here for the complete Xbox 360 gallery to compare even more

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