Ben 10 Omniverse 2 - One Good Game Doesn't Deserve Another

Ben 10 Omniverse 2 followed the commendable original title with a lacklustre cash-in. Such a shame for the kids.


Ben 10: Omniverse 2 Review - Midlife Gamer

AdyCarter says "I must confess that prior to playing this game I had very little grasp of what Ben 10 was all about, my children having largely ignored the franchise as have their friends. For the uninitiated, the basic premise is that the titular Ben has a device known as the Omnitrix which enables him to transform into various puntastically named aliens in order to fight crime, other aliens and the perils of growing up."

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Difficulty in Games for Younger Gamers

"I recently reviewed two games: Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know! and Ben 10 Omniverse 2. These games have a few things in common: They’re both based on cartoons, and they share a publisher. The one thing these games do not share is a difficulty level; completing everything Adventure Time had to offer was difficult, and it took a couple of weeks to complete all of the game’s content, while Ben 10 took fewer than ten hours over two days to complete and required minimal effort." Zach Bridge

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MilkMan3612d ago

There's no problem with this, just play Nintendo games they have it all worked out. Follow that guide line.


Ben 10: Omniverse 2 Xbox 360 Review @GamerFitnation

"Ben 10: Omniverse 2 for the Xbox 360 has few redeeming features. The gameplay is lackluster compared to similar games in the action-brawler genre; the difficulty is too easy, even on the highest setting; the environments barely vary throughout the course of the story mode; it takes a very short amount of time to complete every challenge the game has to offer; and the story leaves much to be desired. " Zach

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