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The Incredible Hulk is a video game based on the Marvel Comics superhero Hulk and the 2008 film. The console versions were released on June 5, 2008 and the PC version was released on June 10, 2008. Edge of Reality developed the console versions while Amaze Entertainment developed the handheld version of the game.
- He Must Not Escape
- The Enclave and Rick Jones (Parts 1 - 5)
- A Friend Who Can Help (Parts 1-4)
- Just Take Him Down (Parts 1-2)
- Enclave Is On The Move (Parts 1-5)
- A Mass Mind Control Device (Parts 1-5)
- This Guy's Bad News (Parts 1-3)
- We're Not Giving Up (Parts 1-2)
- The Problem is the Hulk (Parts 1-3)
- Our Old Research Data
- The Lesser of Two Evils (Parts 1-3)
- It's Time To End This (Parts 1-3)
- We Can Use Their Technology (Parts 1-2)
- We've Got the Antidote Now
- Jupiter Phase (Phase 1-2)
- Ceres Base (Phase 1-2)
- Vulcan Base (Phase 1-2)
- Minerva Base (Phase 1-2)
- Jupiter Headquarters
- Vulcan Headquarters
- Ceres Headquarters
- Minerva Headquarters
Somewhere in a town in South America, Bruce is chased by soldiers led by Emil Blonsky who were sent by General Thaddeus Ross. As the chase ends when Banner heads inside a factory building, the soldiers fire missiles into the building which causes tons of debris to fall on Banner but his life is saved when he transforms into Hulk instantly. He escapes the factory after fighting Blonsky and his troops. Hulk then makes a quick getaway to New York City.
After arriving in the city, Hulk confronts and saves the life of Rick Jones, a teenager held captive by soldiers working for an organization called Enclave. Soon after, Hulk goes on some missions while protecting Jones from the forces of Enclave's Ceres section. After they start a few missions, Hulk manages help disarm Earthquake Bombs, trash an Enclave lab, and save Jones from a gigantic cyborg called the Kyklops.
Soon after, Banner begins to work with Samuel Sterns who was, in truth, his friend "Mr. Blue". In one mission, Hulk manages to destroy a satellite as well as Utrecht Laboratories with it, only to be confronted by the U-Foes, a superhuman group consisting of a metallic being called Ironclad, a telekinetic being named Vector, a humanoid cloud by the name of Vapor and an inside-out, radioactive being called X-Ray. Hulk manages to beat them, though the U-Foes survive and soon vow to destroy Hulk once he interferes with them once more. Hulk is then sent to retrieve Nanites stolen by Enclave which are hidden in garbage trucks that are also targeted by the army.
Major Glenn Talbot then dispatches the army to take down Hulk. Hulk then dodges missiles to get to the source of the broadcasting. Hulk manages to destroy the source and defeat Blonsky.
Enclave has created robots to steal the energy from the city. Jones tells Banner this and Hulk goes to destroy them at their key locations. After the robots are destroyed, Hulk eliminates the chemical bombs by throwing them into the saltwater. Hulk does this, but must kill some of the contaminated Enclave soldiers when the smaller bombs go off. After defeating some contaminated Enclave soldiers, Hulk heads back to those areas to get rid of the Energy Siphoning Machines. Hulk then heads to Empire State University to obtain a machine that could clear up the contamination. This is a success.
Hulk then takes the fight to Talbot by attracting press helicopters. After an attack on a military base, during which Talbot's forces fire on the press as well as Hulk, Talbot goes into hiding as Jones tracks his helicopter. Hulk gives pursuit to Talbot's helicopter. After attacking another base, Hulk learns that Talbot has captured Jones and is using him for bait. Hulk rescues Jones and goes on the run.
After escaping Talbot's soldiers, Jones tells Banner that Enclave is creating a mass Mind Control Device and that he needs the data to create a countermeasure. Hulk fights Enclave soldiers shielded from the device to obtain the data and attract Enclave soldier reinforcements so that the shield around the building can be dropped and Jones can sneak in. By attacking nearby Enclave property, reinforcements are sent upon the shield dropping. As Hulk battles the Enclave soldiers, Jones successfully infiltrates the building and sets off something upon his departure. Hulk then destroys the building to prevent it from exploding. Enclave then goes after them and Hulk fights the Enclave robots to buy Jones some time to get away. When Enclave tracks the device to the building that Jones has the data in, Hulk defends the building to buy Jones some time to get it out. When Jones does escape, Hulk makes his way to Empire State University to see Sterns. With the help of a countermeasure, Hulk heads toward one of their buildings containing an energy siphoning system. When the shield surrounding the antennae is dropped, Hulk heads up to the roof. After Hulk destroys the antennae, the leaders of Enclave plan to use Bi-Beast to battle Hulk. Upon receiving the news that Enclave placing another control antennae in Times Square, Hulk heads there and fights the Enclave soldiers under Bi-Beast's control. After the antennae is destroyed, Hulk engages Bi-Beast in battle and destroys it, before ripping off its head and revealing its mechanical insides. This causes Jupiter Leader to rise to victory after Ceres Leader and Minerva Leader's failure.
Hulk then goes to destroy the Earthquake Generators on the buildings to cease the earthquakes. Enclave then targets Hulk with an orbital laser that's synchronized over Manhattan. With help from Jones, Hulk scales the building that has the control satellite dish which Hulk destroys and follows its crash toward Central Park. Banner is then contacted that the test results show that there is no cure for his condition, but he is told that they can try if Hulk can obtain parts of the Gamma Charger from three locations: an Enclave warehouse, a building owned by Enclave and an army transport.
Sterns plans to use the Gamma Charger to elevate Hulk's Gamma Levels. Hulk does that and prevents Enclave soldiers from taking them back. Jones then locates the stolen equipment and sends Hulk to that location. Enclave plots to use the equipment to boost their mutant troops. As Jones disables them from his helicopter, Hulk clears the area for Jones to land. Banner then heads to the university where his old research data is only for Betty Ross to get the data before all of it is deleted by her father. Banner sights Blonsky stating that General Ross' army is here. When Ross' soldiers grab Betty, Banner turns into Hulk and attacks the army's deployment points. Hulk then ends up in another fight with Blonsky who has received treatment that gives him enhanced abilities. Hulk manages to defeat him and escape with Betty. With Blonsky surprisingly still alive, General Ross gives orders to give him some medical attention.
Betty then tells Banner that her father is going to attack an Enclave base and that he underestimates their power. Hulk then heads out to protect General Ross and eventually takes down Enclave's forces and one of their bases. When a soldier reports that Banner beat them to it, General Ross remarks that they did not need his help. Hulk then fights the Enclave soldiers to prevent them from getting to the Hulkbuster technology built by Stark Industries. Hulk manages to repel them. Hulk then helps the Hulkbusters fight Enclave soldiers and an Enclave F-POD. After Vulcan Leader's failure, the Enclave leaders conclude that the Army can do the job of eliminating Hulk for them. Blonsky recovers and General Ross arranges a special treatment for him.
Sterns then tells Hulk that they can test their device if Hulk can obtain a genetic simulator from Enclave. Sterns then informs Hulk that Enclave has used a bio-weapon on a building and Hulk takes the device to it in hopes that Sterns can use it to cure the place. Hulk then prevents the building's destruction while Sterns works on the cure. When it is a success on the building, Sterns concludes that the cure works.
Hulk then has to guard a truck containing an experimental weapon that General Ross is having transported since General Ross does not trust Talbot for the job as Talbot has shown that he would rather simply kill Hulk. When Talbot steals the weapon, Hulk goes after him. Hulk retrieves it and gives it to Jones so he can destroy it. When Betty has been kidnapped under Talbot's orders, Hulk fights a Hulkbuster to destroy the generators trapping Betty in an electrified box. After Hulk beats the Hulkbuster, Betty tells the pilot in the Hulkbuster that she is General Ross's daughter. This causes the Hulkbuster and the troops with it to fall back as Betty is free. When General Ross is told what happened, his army attacks Talbot who is now wearing a Hulkbuster armor (which is powered by a mini nuclear reactor that will blow up the city if it explodes). Hulk joins the fight and defeats Talbot. When the Hulkbuster armor is about to blow, Hulk throws it into the air where it explodes.
Sterns has completed the device that will cure Banner of Hulk with a chance that it could kill him. Even though it suppresses Hulk's genes, General Ross and his army arrive tranquilizing Banner and taking him and Betty away as General Ross drafts a reluctant Sterns to his cause. After General Ross leaves, Blonsky arrives to get more of the treatment from Sterns. This causes Blonsky to become the Abomination who then attacks the city. Seeing as he's the only one who can stop him, Banner jumps from the helicopter and transforms into Hulk to fight Abomination. When Abomination attacks the helicopter that General Ross and Betty are in, Hulk destroys it and continues his fight with Abomination. Hulk defeats Abomination and leaves the area. Betty tells her father that she hopes it was worth it.
Hulk later attacks the remaining Enclave bases and defeats the leaders, ending the threat of Enclave once and for all.
- Edward Norton as Dr. Robert Bruce Banner
- Fred Tatasciore as Hulk
- Liv Tyler as Elizabeth "Betty" Ross
- Tim Roth as Emil Blonsky
- William Hurt as Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross
- Tim Blake Nelson as Samuel Sterns
- S. Scott Bullock as Simon Utrecht/Vector, Jupiter Leader, Hulkbuster
- Jon Curry as Rick Jones, Abomination
- Chris Edgerly as Bi-Beast (bottom head), Enclave Soldier, Stark Industries Hulkbuster
- Keith Ferguson as Bi-Beast (top head), James "Jimmy" Darnell/X-Ray, Army Soldier
- Michael Gannon as USAF Maj. Glenn Talbot, Lab Tech
- Mitch Lewis as Michael Steel/Ironclad, Cop, Male Computer
- Rachael MacFarlane as Ann Darnell/Vapor, Female Pedestrian
- Stephen Stanton as Anthony "Tony" Stark/Iron Man, Male Pedestrian #2
- Courtenay Taylor as Minerva Leader, Summervox
- Simbi Khali as Ceres Leader
- Dave Wittenberg as Vulcan Leader, Special Forces Leader, Male Pedestrian #1
- Bruce Banner/Hulk
- Betty Ross
- Thaddeus Ross
- Emil Blonsky/Abomination
- Samuel Sterns
- Rick Jones
- Glenn Talbot
- Simon Utrecht/Vector
- Ann Darnell/Vapor
- Michael Steel/Ironclad
- James Darnell/X-Ray
- Ceres Leader
- Vulcan Leader
- Minerva Leader
- Jupiter Leader
- Tony Stark/Iron Man
- Rio de Janeiro
- New York City
- Culver University
- United States Armed Forces
- Mind Control Device
- Earthquake Bomb
- Energy Siphoning Machine
- Lightning Satellite
- Enclave Bio-Weapon
- Enclave Hammer
- Iron Man Armor: Hulkbuster Armor
- Bio-Tech Force Enhancement Project (mentioned)
The game features various real-life New York City monuments:
- It also features several buildings from the comics, some of which Marvel Studios did not own the rights to at the time of the game's release (some of which they still do not):
- Two of the achievements in the game are titled "Stay Classy..." and "...And Thanks For Stopping By". These are the sign-offs of the news anchors Ron Burgundy and Veronica Corningstone in the film Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, which was written and directed by Adam McKay and starred Paul Rudd.
|Ride of the Valkyries||Richard Wagner||
This game contains several plot points that contradict the established continuity of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and it is thus considered non-canon.
|Rick Jones appears in this game where he meets Bruce Banner for the first time and they become allies. In The Incredible Hulk, Rick Jones is mentioned on the United States Armed Forces' file on Banner, where it states that he met Banner at Culver University before he became Hulk.|
|Glenn Talbot appears in this game and plays an active role in the hunt for Hulk, and is killed when his Hulkbuster armor detonates. He has appeared in several episodes of the first, second and third seasons of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and is alive and well.|
|Banner arrives in New York City very early in this game and most of the action takes place there. In the film the game is based on, Banner only reaches New York towards the end, having spent most of the film on the run.|
|Stark Tower appears in this game. In The Avengers, the tower has only just completed construction. The MetLife Building also appears in the game, despite being the basis for Stark Tower.|
|The Nelson and Murdock Law Office appears in the game. In Daredevil, Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson have only just set up their law firm and bought the office at the beginning of the series.|
|Surprise!||Encounter General Ross's Spec Ops team for the first time|
|Where Is My KA-BOOM?||Save New York from the Enclave Chemical Bomb|
|A Leader In His Field||Enlist Samuel Sterns in the search for a cure to Banner’s condition|
|Two Heads Aren’t Better Than One||Defeat the Bi-Beast|
|The Eyes Have It||Destroy an Enclave Kyklops for the first time|
|Love Hurts||Ignite an old flame...|
|Stay Classy...||Expose Major Talbot on television|
|...And Thanks For Stopping By||Dishonorably discharge Major Talbot|
|Pure As New York Snow||Clean up the contamination from the streets of New York|
|What Goes Up...||Crash and destroy the Enclave’s Lightning Satellite|
|The Enemy Of My Enemy||Defeat Enclave’s F-POD...with a little help|
|Alia Iacta Est||Protect General Ross's team while they attack the Enclave base|
|Better, Stronger, Faster!||Get a power boost from Samuel Sterns|
|Eww...Gross!||Test the cure developed by Samuel Sterns|
|Abominable!||Defeat the Abomination|
|Don't Make Me Angry||Defeat 50 enemies using Rage powers|
|World War Hulk||Survive for longer than 60 seconds at Threat Level 9|
|Over The Edge||Defeat 5 enemies by knocking them off a high building|
|Home Run||Knock an enemy a distance of at least 436 feet|
|Enemy Of The Empire State||Find every landmark souvenir in New York City|
|Terrifying Tourist||Find every Subway Station in New York|
|Sightseeing||Climb to the top of the five tallest buildings in New York City|
|Around The World In 80 Steps||Cross the tops of the flagpoles outside the U.N. Building|
|Fear Of Falling||Complete "We’re Not Giving Up – Part 2" without touching the ground|
|Hulk Is Strongest One There Is!||Gain access to all the upgrades|
|Para-Gone!||Wipe out the Enclave's four sectors|
|All That Glitters...||Win a gold medal in every mini-game|
|There Is No U In Team!||Trick a U-Foe into taking down one of his or her teammates|
|Apprentice Of Disaster||Destroy a building in each New York City neighborhood|
|Now Playing||Score 6,132,008 points|
|Master Of Disaster||Destroy every building in a New York City neighborhood|
|Veni, Vidi, Vici||Defeat every type of enemy at least once|
|Mad Dash||Sprint a total distance of at least 26.2 miles (138,435ft)|
|Hulk SMASH!!!||Defeat at least 1 enemy with each class of attack|
|Pickin' Up The Pieces||Smash 10,000 things|
|Let's Do Lunch!||Crush 10 enemies by throwing either a taco, an ice cream cone or a doughnut|
|Smash-ifist||Win a story mission without defeating any enemies|
|Struck Out||Complete "The Problem is the Hulk - Part 3" without being hit by a lightning blast|
|Ceres Finale||Shut down the Enclave's biotech group|
|Fairweather Friends||Shut down the Enclave's weather manipulation division|
|Brawn Beats Brains||Shut down the Enclave's psych-ops branch|
|Most Illogical||Shut down the Enclave's mechanical design corps|
|PPO'd||Find all the Gamma Canisters hidden in New York City|
|Anger Management||Find all the Fury Canisters hidden in New York City|
|Unleash the Fury!||Get the Enclave off your back|
|That'll Leave A Mark||Stick 25 auto-wrecks to buildings|
|You Break It, You Buy It||Smash as much as possible in one trip to Brazil|
|Patron Of The Arts||Shut down the Enclave's biotech group|
|Thrill-ionaire||View every piece of concept art at least once|
|Shell-Head||With a friend like this...|
Non-Canon Character Bios
- "You're through, Banner! When this suit blows, everything's going with it, including you!"
- ―Glenn Talbot
Glenn Talbot was a major in the United States Armed Forces that viewed both Bruce Banner and Hulk as a menace and threat to mankind. Prior to Banner becoming Hulk, Talbot would often visit him and Betty Ross in their lab at Culver University and flirt with Betty, much to Banner's annoyance.
After arriving in New York to hunt down Hulk, Talbot expressed his concerns about General Thaddeus Ross' obsession with capturing Banner alive to Emil Blonsky. He argued that it was putting their men at risk, but Blonsky insisted that Ross' strategy was solid. Blonsky asked whether they needed Banner alive to tell them what he did, and Talbot replied that an autospy would tell them what they needed to know.
When Hulk was temporarily weakened by an Energy Siphoning Machine, Talbot ordered his men to take him down. A lieutenant informed Talbot that there were a lot of civilians in the area, and Talbot stated that collateral damage was acceptable. Talbot ordered a missile strike on Hulk and that Blonsky be sent in. Blonsky thought it reckless to fire missiles into a civilian area, but Talbot was unphased and ordered them to take him down. Hulk put an end to the missile strike when he destroyed the radio tower which contained the targeting computer that controlled the missiles.
Rick Jones discovered that the military attacks were not the work of General Ross, but Talbot. As part of a plan to discredit Talbot, Hulk got the attention of a news helicopter by causing damage. He led the helicopter to an army barracks in Central Park, where Talbot mistook it for an enemy chopper and ordered that it be fired upon. The missile barely missed the helicopter, and word soon spread of Talbot's blunder.
His reputation sullied, Talbot went into hiding. Hulk began tracking his transport helicopter and Talbot called in a defence team, who distracted Hulk while he escaped. Talbot then captured Jones and ordered Banner to surrender. Hulk fought his way through Talbot's forces and rescued Jones, taking him safely to a hiding place.
General Ross later transported an experimental weapon himself since he did not trust Talbot to do the job. When Hulk went to steal it, Talbot's troops swarmed in and stole it first. Hulk chased after them and retrieved the weapon, delivering it to Jones, who destroyed it.
In order to lure Hulk into a trap, Talbot captured Betty Ross and trapped her in an electrified box. Members of Talbot's unit arrived, one of them in Hulkbuster armor. As they fought, Hulk destroyed the generators electrifying the box by throwing the Hulkbuster into them. With the box removed, Betty alerted the Hulkbuster of her identity. The surprised Hulkbuster released her from the cage and went to inform Ross that Talbot had captured his daughter.
When Ross learned that Talbot had kidnapped his daughter, he and his forces surrounded Talbot's base. Ross ordered Talbot to give himself up, calling him a disgrace. Talbot emerged from the base in Hulkbuster armor and attacked the Strategic Operations Command Center. Jones warned Banner that Talbot's suit was powered by a mini nuclear reactor that could destroy the entirety of New York City if detonated. As Hulk, Banner fought Talbot. Talbot activated his suit's self-destruct sequence, intending to kill Hulk with no regard for his own life or any civilans. To prevent collateral damage, Hulk grabbed Talbot and threw him into the air where his suit exploded, killing him.
- "Whatever you were back there...If I had you on my side..."
"It isn't on anyone's side."
- ―Rick Jones and Bruce Banner
Rick Jones became a target of the Enclave after discovering some things that they wanted to keep hidden. The Enclave sent some specialists in artificial intelligence after Jones, who located him and brainwashed him using a Mind Control Device. They brought him to the top of a tall building and ordered him to jump off the edge to his death. As he was about to go through with this action, Hulk (who had just recently arrived in New York) spotted them and intervened. With his captors defeated, Jones came back to his senses. Hulk then turned back into Bruce Banner, whom Jones was familiar with. Jones explained to Banner that the Enclave were using Manhattan as a giant test site, and Banner agreed to help Jones defeat the Enclave despite his insistence that Hulk was not on anyone's side. Jones gave him a transmitter to place in his ear so that they could contact one another. He also warned Banner to watch his back, as the Strategic Operations Command Center was in the city.
The Ceres Leader sent her henchmen after Jones after he "borrowed" a tank, and Hulk rescued him and escorted him to a safehouse. The Vulcan Leader then sent a Kyklops to kill Jones, which was defeated by Hulk. The Kyklops then activated it's self-destruct sequence and Hulk managed to get Jones far enough away from it before it exploded. Jones told Banner that if he ever needed anything, he could count on him.
Jones alerted Banner that the United States Armed Forces were heading to Utrecht Laboratories to arrest Simon Utrecht due to his experiments with atmospheric energy. Jones informed Banner that the building was experiencing a massive radiation spike from its instable antennae and that the side effects would be very bad. Hulk destroyed the antennae and the building, but Utrecht and his comrades Ann Darnell, Michael Steel and James Darnell emerged from the wreckage as the superpowered U-Foes. Hulk promptly fought and defeated them, though they vowed to kill him if he interfered again.
When Samuel Sterns sent Hulk to retrieve nanites to create a delivery mechanism for the cure he was working on, Jones informed him that the nanites had been loaded into a garbage truck somewhere in the city and that the army were looking for it as well. Hulk located the nanites and delivered them to Sterns at Empire State University.
When Major Glenn Talbot ordered a missile strike on Hulk, Jones alerted Hulk and advised him to move to a less populated area. He then instructed Hulk to destroy the radio tower which contained the targeting computer that controlled the missiles, which ended the missile strike.
Jones sent Hulk to destroy the Energy Siphoning Machines that the Enclave had placed around the city and to throw a chemical bomb into the ocean before they catalyzed and detonated. Hulk completed both of these missions.
However, Jones informed Hulk that while he was getting rid of the large bomb, the Enclave planted dozens of smaller ones throughout the city. Hulk attempted to clear the contaminated areas of Enclave forces, but Jones advised him to get out of there as there was nothing that they could do until they figured out how to clean up the contamination.
Jones soon alerted Hulk that the Enclave had once again occupied the contaminated areas of the city and set up Energy Siphoning Machines there. After Hulk got rid of them, Jones informed him that Sterns had promised to build a device that could clean up the contaminated sections of the city.
Jones let Banner know when the Scrubber was ready. Hulk collected it from Empire State University and brought it to each of the contaminated areas, clearing them of contamination. After the Scrubber had absorbed the toxic gas, Hulk returned it to Empire State University where Sterns placed it in a containment device where it exploded.
Jones contacted Banner again to let him known that the Enclave had created a mass mind control device which their troops were shielded from. Jones said that they needed the Enclave's data to make countermeasure and that he would need his help to get it. Once they arrived at the Enclave base, they saw that it was heavily guarded by Barbaria and protected by a force field. Jones suggested that Hulk fight against the Barbaria so that they would lower the force field and send out reinforcements, at which point Jones would sneak in. The plan worked and Jones recovered that data.
The Enclave attempted to get the data back by sending more Kyklops after Jones. While Jones escaped in his car, Hulk protected him from the attacking Enclave forces and smashed the road blocks that they had set up. Jones hid the data at a safe house, but the Enclave found it and attacked. He contacted Hulk, who came to his rescue once again.
They traveled to Empire State University where Sterns gave them the completed countermeasure. Jones informed Sterns and Banner that the Enclave were using a mind controlling antennae to lure civilians into an Energy Siphoning Machine, and that Hulk needed to put a stop to it.
The Enclave set up up another antennae in Times Square, placing the Bi-Beast in charge of their troops. Jones informed Banner that this one was powerful enough to cover all of Manhattan. Hulk destroyed both the antennae and the Bi-Beast.
Jones discovered that the military attacks were not the work of General Thaddeus Ross, but Major Glenn Talbot. Jones suggested that they use the press against Talbot. Hulk then got the attention of a news helicopter by causing damage, though Jones warned him not to hurt anyone or their plan would backfire. Hulk led the helicopter to an army barracks in Central Park, where Talbot mistook it for an enemy chopper and ordered that it be fired upon. The missile barely missed the helicopter, and word soon spread of Talbot's blunder.
His reputation sullied, Talbot went into hiding. Jones advised Hulk to track Talbot's transport helicopter and discover the location of his base. However, Talbot spotted him and called in a defence team, who distracted Hulk while he escaped. Talbot then captured Jones and ordered Banner to surrender. Hulk fought his way through Talbot's forces and rescued Jones, taking him safely to a hiding place.
Jones located some equipment that had been stolen from Sterns and that the Enclave was using the chemicals to power up the Barbaria. Jones made his way to each of the devices in a helicopter while Hulk protected him from the Enclave's forces. Jones then assisted Hulk in getting rid of the Earthquake bombs that the Enclave had placed in downtown New York. When the Enclave began targeting Hulk with their satellite, Jones advised him to destroy the dish that was linked to it. The satellite then fell out of orbit and landed in Central Park, and Jones told Hulk to retrieve it so that it did not fall back into the Enclave's hands.
When Ross' Hulkbusters were attacked by the Enclave, Jones told Hulk to stop the Enclave from taking their armor, as it would give them a huge advantage. Banner agreed that the enemy of his enemy was the lesser of two evils. Hulk defeated the Enclave forces and brought the Hulkbusters to safety.
Jones learned that Ross was transporting an experimental weapon himself since he did not trust Talbot to do the job, and advised Hulk to steal it while it was being transported. However Talbot's troops swarmed in and stole it as soon as Hulk arrived. Hulk chased after them and retrieved the weapon, delivering it to Jones, who destroyed it.Once he had rescued Betty Ross from Talbot, Banner introduced her to Jones. Jones then gave Banner the news that General Ross had cornered Talbot. When Hulk battled Talbot, Jones warned him that Talbot's Hulkbuster armor was powered by a mini nuclear reactor that could destroy the entirety of New York City if detonated. Once Talbot activated his armor's self-destruct sequence, Hulk grabbed him and threw him into the air, preventing collateral damage and killing Talbot.