Ben 10 Omniverse: The Video Game delivers everything fans loveabout the hit Ben 10 franchise – action and aliens! Play as bothTeen Ben and Young Ben and work with your new partner Rookto solve crime, fi x both the past and present, and defeat the evilplans of Malware, intent on destroying the world!
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Fast-paced action featuring characters and a new storyline from the brand new Ben 10 Omniverse TV series
Play as both Teen Ben and Young Ben plus Rook, Ben's new partner
Play single player or two player co-op mode: one player controls Ben and the other player controls Rook (Wii, WiiU, 360 and PS3)
16 playable characters including exciting new aliens like Feedback, Gravattack, Bloxx, and Shocksquatch
Upgrade new attacks and combos for Ben's 13 alien forms and Rook's Proto-Tool, a high tech multi-functional weapon that turns into a Blaster, Power Sword, Quantum Staff, or Grappler
11 Action-packed levels set in show-inspired settings like the subterranean alien city of Undertown, and the new Plumber base
Ben 10 Omniverse The Video Game is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Fun game for a young Ben 10 fan.Bought this game for my five year old son who is a big fan of the show. He loves it. It's easy for him to pick up and play and he gets to play all of his favorite aliens. He's really enjoying it.
Date published: 2018-06-13
Rated 1 out of
this game suckthe game suck. it like all the other ben ten games for the ds it looks bad the game is like 1hrs long and it is just bad do not buy this game if you like the 3ds get-Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirrors of Fate.this game is one of the best game for the 3ds
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 5 out of
Worth $30The first thing I want to say is that gamestop got some of the game details wrong. There is not 11 levels but 18. Plus, there are also 21 challenges. Each level in the game has a hidden hologram which gives you info on a certain alien. These hidden holograms make each level have a replay value and are fun to try and find. In my opinion, trying to collect all the holograms made the game more fun. Throughout the game you get to upgrade your Omnitrix or Ben. To upgrade it, you have to complete certain objectives. For example, if you defeat 30 enemies with Ben, you can heal Omnitrix aliens a small amount by attacking enemies with Ben. For this objective, I found the stat page particularly useful. The stats records how many enemies you have defeated or how much time you have played with a certain alien. It also records other things. As i was saying, I could look at the stats to see how many enemies I had to go before defeating a total of 30 with Ben. The last thing is that the graphics are a major improvement from the last Ben 10 game. For a game that is $10 less than a regular 3Ds game and includes 18 levels, 21 challenges, and other neat tools, I would say this game is worth the money.