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Ben 10 Ultimate Alien Absolute Power

Ben 10 Ultimate Alien Absolute Power - Ever since Ben 10 aired in 2005, it's become a rather successful franchise for the Cartoon Network and like all great licences, it has also been turned into numerous video games. Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction is actually the fifth Ben 10 video game, but it's the first for the Ben 10 Ultimate Alien series, which only started airing earlier this year. It gave the developers a chance to play around with Ben's new toy, the Ultimatrix, which of course, replaced the destroyed Omnimatrix. However, even that won't be enough to tackle his latest challenge.

After hearing of small disturbances around the world, Ben goes off to check them out, but ignores the warnings of impending doom from his biggest fan, Jimmy. Things escalate quite quickly though as a cloud of Cosmic Destruction, engineered by To'kustar, is gradually making its way through the solar system, even destroying planets like Pluto. Eventually Ben realises what's going on, following the guidance of Azmuth and sets out on a quest to find some artifacts that can enhance the power of the Ultimatrix.

Ben 10 Ultimate Alien Absolute Power

It's exactly the kind of plot that you'd actually expect to find in an episode of Ben 10 Ultimate Alien, and the combined length of the cutscenes is probably about the same length. There are some suitably cheesy dialogue lines and overall, the story is perfect for the show's IP.

Suitable story aside, the gameplay is where the game starts to encounter some problems, mostly because it does almost everything in a sub-standard way. The game basically sets itself up as a brawler, although there are some platforming elements along the way too. However, there is essentially just one button worth using most of the time, the attack button. There is a counter button, which is useful for defeating certain enemy types and dodging (if it'll work), but the best form of defence is usually being offensive yourself.

Ben 10 Ultimate Alien Absolute Power

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