Do you boost? If so, please feel free to join my boosting social group, I'm always on the look out for x360a members that have half a brain cell between their ears... One of the more important aspects of boosting in my opinion. The others being dependability and maturity.
Anyway, if you want to join, there's a place for you.
How's it going man. Just wanted to say thanks for posting your tips on how to get past the server room on speedrun 9 on mirriors edge. I was stuck on that level for ages and when I saw your tip I tried it and got it second go. So thanks for helping me with that achievement man. I owe ya one.
So the new Hulk game is pretty much Hulk: Ultimate Destruction part Duex. It's a game where above all: tear shit up. I was a fan of the older H:UD, so this game is right up my alley. It's not perfect, with a coupe of small glitches here and there, some bosses are near impossible, but if you have patience you can wear them down.
There's a great "feat tracker" that displays all the stats you have and tricks you need to pull off to unlock concept art, move upgrades, and achievements. This thing even keeps track of how many feet you jumped, walked, ran, and climbed.
As for the achievements, they're pretty straightforward, and I haven't run into anything too hard yet, but the shell-head and possibly concept art may required an Ironman save file. I'm working on a way around it.
Either way, it's an awesome game, but if you want to keep your games played clean, or you don't want to shell out $60 (dunno what it is in Canadian), you can pick up the prequel for the original xbox for about half that. You miss out on a bunch of stuff (demolishing every building in Manhattan), but you still get to knock shit around.