Rated 9 out of 10 by 5
Rated 9 out of 10 by Magnetix 2nd on my list...
In my opinion this is the 2nd best Ben 10 game out there (now for all Ben 10 fans out there, this is a completely new concept of The Vengence of Vilgax from the series). There are many pros, and cons in this game but I will tell you the big ones that I found cool or annoying: Pros: The pros of this game include the fact that you can use all 10 original aliens from the show (except for Alien X who is replaed by Cannonbolt), it's also good because unlike Ben 10 Alein Force the game it explains why you don't have all of the aliens (that dosen't happen till level 2 though). It's also alot like the show because when you go any alien they say there name every time unlike Ben 10 Alien Force the game. Cons: The cons of this game include the fact that there are only seven levels. Some of these levels are a decent length but some of them are just to short. Some things in between include the challenges. I ussaly like a good brain teaser but if you die on most of them you have to start at the beggining of it which takes a long time to catch up to where you were before. F.Y.I. My favorite Ben 10 games in order from best to worst Ben 10 Protector of Earth Ben 10 Alien Force Vilgax Attacks Ben 10 Alein Force the game
Rated 9 out of 10 by PikaBlu A nice game.
Ben 10: Vilgax Attacks is a very nice entry to the Ben 10 series, and it's a great game for fans. However, it could use some tweaks, seeing as how there are some glitches, and the second level (Terradino) is IMPOSSIBLE to beat in the spike part without cheats, unless you can somehow figure it out.. If you like the series, you're in for a nice treat, because you get to visit planets of Ben's various aliens, and have a deadly encounter with Ghostfreak on Amur Phaetos. The game's graphics match the series' art perfectly, and are very well done. The game's sound is beautiful, and it really adds to the feel of the game. The gameplay could use a bit of work on this game, but they completely redid the controls on the next game (Cosmic Destruction, I have a review of it, too.). And overall, the game's lasting appeal is somewhat good, seeing how the levels can be fun to replay from time to time. I specifically enjoy the MorOtesi level, and I replay it often, mainly for the boss. The only thing I wish they could have put in the games past Alien Force would be the ability to play as Gwen and Kevin. Now, I've heard Ben 10: Omniverse (An upcoming game) lets you play as Rook, Ben's new partner, so we'll see how that goes. Overall, I recommend this game to non-Ben 10 fans and Ben 10 fans alike, it's very easy to get hooked on this series.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Magnetix Hope it's better then the last one.
I'm a huge fan of Ben 10 and can't get enough of the first game. But the seconed game wasn't that great, it didn't explain why you only have like half of his alien arsenal. Mabey this will be the first game that let's you play as all of his aliens. It has a high probability of happening since it says that it is the most advance game out of the series.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Magnetix One more thing...
I just saw a trailer on this game that opened alot up to me. The tralier showed that you can play as all ten alien heros except for Alien X who is replaced by Cannonbolt. The game also takes place on 7 diffrent alien home worlds that are supposedly never seen by any average veiwer of Ben 10.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Zeta_Nova As With My Comment on the 360 Version
If there's no possibility of playing as Ben's buddy; Kevin or his cousin; Gwen, then I'm not really gonna bother with this one. Because the game should at least allow you to play as three of the main characters. Not just Ben's aliens.