Sega’s The Incredible Hulk video game has packed on some Hollywood muscle with Edward Norton, Liv Tyler, Tim Roth, Tim Blake Nelson and William Hurt all signed on to reprise their roles from the upcoming feature film from Universal Pictures and Marvel Studios. Developed by Edge of Reality, the game will be released by SEGA for next-gen consoles and PC in conjunction with the June 13 theatrical debut of the highly anticipated movie.
Based on the comic book series created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the film stars Norton as scientist Bruce Banner, a man desperately seeking to rid himself of the unbridled rage that transforms him into The Hulk. Tyler plays Dr. Betty Ross, Banner’s love interest, and Roth shows up as Emil Blonsky, alter ego of The Hulk’s archenemy, The Abomination. Nelson takes on the role of Dr. Samuel Sterns, and Hurt is General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, the man who wants to capture The Hulk and brutally exploit his power.
In the third-person action game, players will guide Banner as he scours the planet in search of a cure for his superheroic affliction. Moving through New York City, gamers will be able to demolish anything in their path, including lampposts, passing cars and even buildings, while battling gigantic enemies. The title features key moments from the film, as well as additional plotlines and characters from Hulk comic-book universe.