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Submitted by mathsman 489d ago | review

In-depth Review: Ben 10 Omniverse - Electronic Theatre

The Ben 10 franchise has had a turbulent past in videogames. Taking the rough with the smooth, Mr. Tennyson has at least provided some enjoyable – if entirely forgettable – formulaic genre experiences, but at his worst he’s seen some ghastly design not fit for any gamer, be they youngsters or not. Along with reboot of the animated series we now find ourselves with Ben 10 Omniverse gracing a grand variety of platforms offering players the chance to experience new and old in a similar fashion to Sonic Generations, and if Namco Bandai can match even one ounce of SEGA’s ingenuity this will surely be Ben’s finest interactive hour. (3DS, Ben 10: Omniverse, Nintendo DS, PS Vita, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360) 62/100

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