Reviews and Problems with Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction
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Best of all the Ben 10 wiis
A. Miller, Amazon
30 June 2013
Summary: 10 yo son said: There are more alien characters than all the others, and they are stronger. There are many "Ultimate" aliens you can choose from as well as some non-ultimate ones. Ultimate Humungasour is his favorite.
Summary: Ben 10: Cosmic Destruction is by far the best entry in the Ben 10 game series by far. The graphics are excellent, the sound is quite good, and the gameplay is fine. The controls differ from the other Ben 10 games, and might be confusing at first, but players will get used to it. The boss fights are challenging, especially the final boss, a giant To'Kustar alien, also known by Ben as Evil Waybig. You can play as a variety of aliens from the show, including Ultimates.
Summary: This game is really fun and a good challenge. However, I bought it for my almost 6-year-old son, and it's a little too complicated for him. There's a lot of puzzle solving and very little fighting your way through levels like some of the other Ben 10 games. Also, it's only one player, so I can't join in and help him like the other games. He enjoys playing it, but I have to sit and help him fairly often, which mostly turns into me playing the game by myself!
Summary: I bought this for my almost 7-year old son, who is absolutely crazy about everything Ben 10. That is for whom this game is made, not hard core gamers. (This is the review of the Wii version) That being said, it is a surprisingly solid gamer. I found the game the best of the Ben 10 Adventure games.
Summary: My eight year old son just bought this and is already hooked. Having played Ben 10 Alien Force previously and watched a season of the show, he had no problem playing all characters and utilizing their abilities. This is an upgraded game in the series and highly recommended!