8. The Incredible Hulk: The Pantheon Saga
This game stays pretty true to its comic roots, which is about the only value Hulk fans will find here. Closely based on a comic event of the same name, The Pantheon Saga dumps the big green monster into a high tech facility that he must punch his way out of--sounds awesome, right? Unfortunately, Hulk spends the majority of the game punching boxes in equally boxy rooms, beating up robot after unremarkable robot.
This 3D Hulk adventure is in the style of Crash Bandicoot, but the awful, fixed camera only serves to highlight the bland, sterile environments, which would bore even Bruce Banner. Then there's the Hulk himself, recreated in-game as an undetailed pile of green pixels--without the purple pants, you might mistake him for a walking pile of Jell-O. And that's all capped off with cutscenes that are laughably bad--even by 1997's standards. Watching them is like watching a YouTube video of a child shaking his action figures on camera.