Ben 10: Protector of Earth Image
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  • Summary: In Ben 10: Protector of Earth, players take on the role of Cartoon Network's everyday-kid-turned-superhero, Ben Tennyson. Using the power of the Omnitrix which has embedded itself on Ben's wrist, players battle as one of five popular alien heroes from the show. By taking on these amazing powers, players can save the world through the game's diverse challenges, puzzles and skirmishes. At first glance, 10-year-old Ben looks like your average, everyday kid, but upon closer inspection it's plain to see he's the world's youngest action hero stopping evildoers from Earth and space. With the help of the Omnitrix, Ben can transform into heroic alien forms with extraordinary powers. The evil Vilgax, with the help of Kevin 11 and the Forever Knights, has set in motion a plan to capture the Omnitrix and the world is in danger. [D3Publisher of America] Expand
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  1. 78
    The series just has a ton of potential, and it's encouraging to see that potential already being capitalized upon in this first franchise release.
  2. One of the better brawlers available, Ben 10: Protector of Earth is all about action. Repetition is an unavoidable factor, but it is much less noticeable than in other beat-‘em-ups, thanks entirely to the controls, attack moves and character lineup.
  3. 40
    I'm not saying it's all bad, I'm saying so many games do this sorta thing so much better that it's not really worth the time or investment unless you keep posters of Gwen Tennyson on your wall.
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  1. Mar 21, 2012
    10
    good game........i think this is a pretty good fighting game for the ds.....however there might be a different appeal when fighting bosses then you'd get in the other systems....also the bosses are easier on the ds then other systems as well......overall this game has a great single player mode where you click buttons to kill enemies and every now and then use the stylus to change heroes....this is a fine melee slash fighting game to own for the ds.....and to top off the great controls there's multi playing mode and good graphics... Expand
  2. Dec 23, 2013
    6
    This port, while not as great as the PS2 version, is still a good game and perfect for car rides, and is one of the better portable ports in games with DS ports. Kids will enjoy their Ben 10 fun, while adults won't enjoy it as much. The graphics aren't the best, but gameplay can cover the gap mostly. Overall, it's a pretty nice game. Expand
  3. Dec 21, 2012
    5
    Just your regular game that got ruined by the horrible graphics of the DS.