Reviews and Problems with Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks
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Wii Review - 'Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks'
29 July 2010
Summary: In an original storyline developed exclusively for the game, Ben and the Omnitrix will journey to outer space and distant never-before-seen planets for the first time ever in the series, using his alien forms and their special powers in an effort to thwart a grand scheme to conquer the universe one planet at a time.
Puzzle/battle mix makes for a thinking kid's action game.
Common Sense Media
2 December 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this cartoon-based action game requires a lot more brainwork than one would initially suspect. Not only are there several straightforward puzzle sections in the game, but a good deal of "action" sections involves figuring out which of Ben's ten alien personas is needed to get past a specific obstacle. There is plenty of fighting as well, as this is essentially a sci-fi superhero game, but this adventure requires equal parts brain and brawn.
Excerpt: Licensed properties usually don't fare well in the gaming world. For every gem like The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay , there are fifty games that deserve to be either forgotten or beheld as examples of how not to make a game. Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks falls somewhere between success and failure, though it leans much more heavily towards success than most other licensed games.
Excerpt: La série télévisée d'animation Ben 10 est assez récente, mais a pourtant déjà été adaptée de nombreuses fois en jeu vidéo. De retour sur une palanquée de supports différents, l'adolescent tente encore une fois de sauver le monde, menacé par le terrible alien Vilgax, ennemi récurrent de la série. Avec un nom pareil, nul doute qu'il nous donnera du fil à retordre...