Graphically, everything from the buildings to the vehicles, enemies, characters and the giant himself come off exactly as they should. The in-game graphics, though not necessarily bleeding edge, come off clean and with enough detail to make you believe that this is the Hulk and you are tromping through a large city or military base.
The Green Menace is large, bulging and full of enough detail that when you do things like make him roar or throw missiles from a rocket launcher, you can see his face actually twitch or move the way you would expect it to. The destructible environments also display an impressive amount of detail. I was most impressed when I started pounding away at a building and saw that the broken wall texture didn't just reset and show the same image, but added to the existing visual damage. This made it look a lot more like I was actually doing irrepairable damage.
Ultimate Destruction's music has an uplifting, super-hero sound that makes you feel like you are a part of the comics and living the adventure. The rest of the game's sound effects also come off nicely. Nothing is as satisfying as hearing a car crunch between your fists as you make them into boxing gloves, or the sound of the ground being torn apart as you slam your fists into it. As for the voice acting, it was okay; stiff at times, but overall it was good enough to explain the next part of the game's story.