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Hulk by MaXeEmOe

Version: 1.5 | Updated: 05/30/00

The Incredible Hulk Guide Ver 1.5

Author: MaXeEmOe <wizard1980@yahoo.com>

Last updated: May 30, 2000

NOTE: This FAQ was created for the sole purpose in providing players with information, 
      techniques and strategies in order to optimize their skill level and heighten
      interest in the game. Feedback is more than welcome. However, I do not in any
      way, shape, or form tolerate people stealing information from sources and claim-
      ing that it is their own work. Please give credit where credit is due. If you
      wish to use something on my FAQ for your own intentions, please request for my
      permission in doing so!! This FAQ was created by Maximo Tan, aka MaXeEmOe
      -[wizard1980@yahoo.com]-. You can also contact me on icq -[6537023]- or AIM
      -[SN: MaXeEmOe]- regarding to anything on this FAQ.

A. Updates
B. Author biography
C. Character information      
D. Legend
E. Special moves
F. Combos
G. Strategies
H. Credits/Shoutouts



May 29, 2000: This is the official release of my long-awaited FAQ. haha, yeah 
May 30, 2000: Completely changed descriptions on regular and super moves under 
              special moves section, added new combos under combo section,
              fixed MAJOR typo for Gamma Charge (hehe, thanks Pat!), fixed
              another typo under strategy section, and added medium level
              combos section.



I've been a fan of Street Fighter for some time now. I've played every
series, from SF II to MvC2, and I must say that I've "enjoyed the ride."
Honestly, I don't really click with the Alpha series because in comparison
to the VS. series, they are just way too slow. The pace is a lot faster in
the VS. series and you have to keep up with what's going on, and that's why
I've been a fan of these types of games to this very day. My dream is to
someday participate in a SF tournament (preferable a MvC2), and become
recognized as a great SF player. Too bad that won't happen since I don't
live in Cali. Anyways, if you're ever in the Va Beach, VA area, email me
for some friendly competition.


-[C. Character Information]-

A rampaging man-monster with incredible strength, the Hulk will smash all who
oppose him. The Incredible Hulk made his first debute in I believe the Marvel
Super Heroes game. He then moved on to MvSF, MvC, and MvC2. I have no idea on
how he played in the past two games, but I feel that he has powered up during
the Capcom series. One thing should clearly stick into a player's mind when you
see the Hulk and that's his POWER!! I feel that the best attribute about this
character is his power chipping ability. Even if you play against an opponent who
blocks exceptionally well, you are slowly draining away power and that's a good
thing. The downside about him is fairly obvious. His mobility and his recovery
time after certain attacks is slow, leaving him open to be punished. Overall, the
Hulk, under the control of a very skilled player, can be a very dangerous character
to oppose.


-[D. Legend]-

Illustrated (poorly) below are the controls. I'm sure everyone knows that the
system has totally changed. You simply tap Jab twice to dish out the Strong, and
the Short twice to get the Forward. Keep in mind that the arcade stick legend
presented here is when your player is facing to the RIGHT. The legend simply
reverses when he/she faces to the left of the screen.

   JB   JU   JF 
     \   |   /  
        ___                _          _         _ 
  B -  (   )  - F         (_)        (_)       (_)          
        | |               JP         FP        A1          
     /  | |  \             _          _         _
   DB  _| |_  DF          (_)        (_)       (_)
         |                SK         RK        A2
===================           ==============                 
===================           ==============
JB = Jump Backwards           JP = Jab Punch
JU = Jump Up                  SK = Short Kick
JF = Jump Forward             FP = Fierce Punch
B  = Walk Backward            RK = Roundhouse Kick
F  = Walk Forward             A1 = Assist 1
DB = Down Back                A2 = Assist 2
DF = Down Forward
D = Down  

P = Any Punch Button (JP or FP)
K = Any Kick Button (SK or RK)
PP = JP and FP pressed at same time
KK = SK and RK pressed at same time
QCB = Quarter Circle Back (Do the following as one smooth motion: D, DB, B)
QCF = Quarter Circle Forward (Do the following as one smooth motion: D, DF, F)
HCB = Half Circle Back (Do the following as one smooth motion: F, DF, D, DB, B)
HCF = Halk Circle Forward (Do the following as one smooth motion: B, DB, D, DF, F)



 1) Gamma Tornado - HCB + P
    *This will swing the opponents to the other side of him and do incredible damage but
     watch for the recovery time because he is KORT (King of Recovery Time) and will get
     countered alot so be careful when playing him. This is blockable as well.

 2) Gamma Wave - QCF + P
    *This is extremely useful because it will nullify projectiles and hit the opponents in
     fireball stun motion. This is a heavy chipper as well and will go screen distance.
 3) Gamma Charge - Horizontal: (Hold B for 2 sec, then F + K)  OR  
                     Vertical: (Hold D for 2 sec, then U + K)
    *Hulk charges at you and will eat fireballs and hit the opponent for good damage, but
     if blocked he will be stuck for a while so use this to your advantage. 
     -[NOTE: Hulk can do 2 of these in a row, after you complete the motion, hit another
             direction again and push K.]-

 4) Air Combo Launcher - D + FP
 1) Gamma Crush - QCB + PP
    *Hulk goes up and reaches for a comet and crushes it on you doing good damage and heavy
     chip damage. If the opponent is jumping at you they will get hit and drop on the floor
     unable to block, but there is also a down side to this as well. When they get knocked
     they'll either just fall in front of you or half screen distance away from you. If they 
     fall in front of you, you'll completely miss the damage!!! For those of you wondering
     what do you mean where does he get it? He is massively strong and has a giant leaping
     ability surpassing Michael Jordan's (yes this is possible) and will jump so high
     reaching outer space to get a comet or a piece of the moon. Jeez has everyone forgotten
     their astronomy?

 2) Gamma Wave - QCF + PP
    *This is the super version of the ground wave, but does fair damage and good chip damage.
     When you're up close to the opponent, you can get serious damage!!!

 3) Gamma Quake - QCF + KK
    *This is the move that should be used the most because it practically goes screen distance
     except when someone is all the way on the other corner, that causes the opponent to escape
     any damage. Use this on jumping opponents as well. It does good damage and fair chip
     damage as well.



The Hulk has very few combos on the ground and in the air as well.
Here are some combos I picked up from playing, shoryuken.com, and submissions from
readers via email.

1) D + SK, D + FP, QCB + PP

2) D + FP, JU, JP, SK, FP

3) D + SK, D + FP, QCF + KK

1) Combo submitted by Patrick Hwang. Thanks!:
   while holding back (Hold DB), do crouch short (D + SK), the crouch forward (D + SK again),
   Gamma Charge (F + K since you're already holding DB on joystick), this will hit them up,
   and aim the second Gamma Charge while the opponent is in the air, (usually this is up-back).

1) JF towards opponent. While coming down, press SK twice in the air. When you land on the
   ground, hold DB and press JP twice. Then go F + K. If you did the charging correctly, the
   Hulk will perform the Gamma Charge, sending the opponent into the air. Once that's done,
   you have to wait when you're opponent flys over you. When that happens, do QCF + PP. When
   done correctly, the super will juggle your opponent across the screen. By far my favorite
   combo. Thanks shoryuken.com for the movie!

2) Start off the same way as in combo #1, but after you do the Gamma Charge, instead of doing
   the Gamma Wave, do QCB + PP. Keep in mind that once the Gamma Charge hits the opponent,
   immediately perform the super. If you execute the super too late, he will not connect with
   the comet as he comes down, leaving him vulnerable for any type of attacks your opponent
   will dish out on you. Props to shoryuken.com for the movie!

3) Start off the same way as in combo #1, but after you press the SK twice in the air, do this:
   D + SK, D + FP, QCF + PP

4) Start off the same way as in combo #1, but after you press the SK twice in the air, do this:
   D+ SK, D + FP, QCB + PP

5) Start off the same way as in combo #1, but after you press the SK twice in the air, do this:
   D + SK, D + FP, QCF + KK

6) This one was submitted by Patrick Hwang. I haven't done it yet, but it sounds coo:
   first the opponent must be in the corner, do crouch short (D + SK), down fierce
   launcher (D + FP), the do an upards gamma charge (Hold D for 2 sec, U + K), then do another
   one straight up (Here I'm confused! But he said "straight up" so I'm assuming Hold D for
   2 sec, U + K), now you should land before the opponent, as soon as you land, do a stand
   fierce (FP) that will hit the opponent OTG (off the ground) and immediately cancel into
   the Gamma Quake super (QCF + KK).

-[G. Strategies]-

You would probably think that I have felt comfortable using the Hulk for some time now.
Strangely, I started to use him seriously in MvC2 ever since I saw that combo from
shoryuken.com. And plus I was tired of using Ryu and made Chun Li and Charlie all crappy
now. So I'm still learning how to use him. Some friends of mine say that I use him pretty
good, and I was able to beat two skilled players using the Hulk as one of my characters.
But I won't let that get to my head now. Anyways, if you wanna learn how to use the Hulk,
here are some things you should keep in mind:
              * The Gamma Crush is the best weapon that the Hulk has to offer. Because of
                this, players will be on the lookout for it and will be tempted to air block
                it alot, making it the most difficult super to link as a beginner. I feel
                the safest way to launch this super is with an air combo: D + FP, Gamma
                Crush. I know it's so plain, but it's the safest way if you're learning 
                how to use him for the first time. Instead, use the vertical Gamma Charge.
                That way, if your opponent blocks it, it won't leave you open unlike the
                Gamma Crush. But in case you think that your opponent won't block and he 
                in fact does, be sure to have an extra level on your super bar, so that
                when he comes down with the comet, you can cancel it with a teammate's
                super and not leave him open for a whoopin. 
               * Like I said before, the Hulk is a chippin' character. His standing FP and
                 RK do tremendous chipping damage, so I'd advise you to use them. However,
                 his recovery time after these attacks are SLOW, so after launching the
                 attack, cancel it with a Gamma Wave or a Gamma Charge. Don't stick to one
                 cancel though. For example, if you keep doing the Gamma Wave, players can 
                 easily jump over it and capitalize. But if you do a Gamma Charge instead,
                 that'll knock em up into the air for an easy link to a Gamma Crush or
                 Gamma Quake. In other words, don't be predictable on your gameplay. Mix it up.
                * It takes A LOT of patience to execute those fancy shmancy combos I was 
                  discussing earlier. It's a known fact that I don't do all of that stuff
                  unless I play scrubs, right Rob and Don? hehe. I just look for the opening.
                  For example, say I'm on the ground and Ryu is not far from the ground and
                  does his Air Fireball Super, thinking that I was gonna jump. While I'm 
                  blocking the super, I charge for his Gamma Charge. When the super is done,
                  I perform the Gamma Charge and hit him, sending him flying into the air,
                  and I now have the choice of waiting for him to fly past me and do the
                  Gamma Wave or quickly executing the Gamma Crush. So in other words, keep
                  it simple and go for the openings.
           4) THE HULK HAS ARMOR
                 * You know, I totally forgot about this dude having armor. Sorry! hehe.
                   Yeah, I think the Hulk can absorb like 2 or 3 hits till he's vulnerable,
                   just like Juggernaut. Say you dash toward your opponent and you try to do
                   a combo on him but he/she does starts his ground combo first. When this
                   first happened to me, I thought that my attack was too late and my opponent
                   had the upperhand. But a second later, their combo was interrupted by a
                   punch from the Hulk. Yes, it was a delay and that's something you'll have
                   to grow accustomed to when using him. USE HULK'S JP ALOT BECAUSE IT'S
                   PRACTICALLY IMPOSSIBLE TO COUNTER. Wait for him to absorb the hits and
                   when you notice that his punches or kicks come through, continue with
                   your combo. It seems ackward to start a combo, wait for a second to see
                   if it registers, and continue the rest of the combo if it does. It takes
                   some practice, but hey! Practice makes perfect.



Let me now give credit where credit is due, so here we go!!

First to GAMEfaqs <http://www.gameFAQS.com> for posting my faq. You're site is the best,
and keep up the good work!!

Thanks to shoryuken.com <http://shoryuken.com> for the combo movies of the Hulk.

Thanks to EChow <ikarishinji5@hotmail.com> for posting up my crappy combo on his Sakura
faq when other other peeps came up with better ones than mine. =Þ

Thanks to Patrick Hwang <ph@ucla.edu> for spotting my typo, supplying me with more combos,
and other contributions.

Thanks to Dingo's FAQ <bellybutton21@hotmail.com> on Marvel vs. Capcom for the detailed
descriptions on Hulk's regular and super moves.

Thanks to the Marvel vs. Capcom instruction manual for the brief description of the Hulk.

Thanks to the MASTA and Fullflip21 for those 500+ wins I got on you!! haha, j/k. I just had to
sneak that in there. =) But shoutouts to the MASTA, because only he knows the true order of
precedence in life. On top is Street Fighter, second is still Street Fighter. *laughs*
Second shoutie goes to Fullflip 21. Wait a minute, YOU SHOULD BE GIVING ME A SHOUTOUT CUZ
I HOOKED YOU UP WITH THAT INSANE MAGNETO COMBO. Umm, I guess that's about it. But I just have
one last thing to say to the masta. YO MASTA, I WROTE AN FAQ ON THE HULK. NOW YOU HAVE TO

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