Summary: The ThunderCats reboot was, by most accounts, a tragedy. Unlike most of the property rehashes that account for a worrying amount of modern entertainment, the new ThunderCats series was actually pretty well regarded and, from what I saw of it, deserved the praise. Naturally, this could not last. Cartoon Network had no faith in the series and it never got a second season. With the show now buried, it seems like a bit of a waste to release an official licensed tie-in.
Excerpt: ThunderCats was part of my childhood in many ways. One of which was, I used to watch it with my younger step brother every time I went to my dad's house. Needless to say that the nostalgia bug bit me once I grabbed ThunderCats. With this type of game my expectations are never really high, but you hope that the game is at least of average quality. Average would have been an improvement I'm afraid. Once I slid the game cartridge in my 3DS I sighed in disappointment.
Excerpt: The emotion I most associate with the Thundercats is that of crushing, almost world-ending disappointment. First, it was my discovery a few years back that the original 80s cartoon wasn't anywhere near as good as I remembered it being. On the contrary, the show is just plain awful. A little part of my childhood died when I thought, "If I have to hear that song one more time during this episode, this DVD is going out the window...
Conclusion: Ben 10 Omniverse nous rappelle à nouveau que la série ne sait pas se marier avec le jeu vidéo. Encore une fois, un éditeur peu scrupuleux propose un titre visiblement fait à l'arrache et compte se faire quelques deniers dessus, parce qu'après tout "les enfants, ils jouent à tout et n'importe quoi". Ne servez pas un gameplay débilisant à vos petits sous prétexte qu'ils regardent la série : Ben 10 Omniverse est un très mauvais jeu vidéo.