Ben 10: Omniverse is the only video game based on the highly-anticipated, Cartoon Network TV series, Ben 10: Omniverse. The brand-new show spans two time periods between Young and Teen Ben Tennyson, and introduces a hero sidekick, Rook.
In the new action game, players can play as bothBen 10: Omniverse is the only video game based on the highly-anticipated, Cartoon Network TV series, Ben 10: Omniverse. The brand-new show spans two time periods between Young and Teen Ben Tennyson, and introduces a hero sidekick, Rook.
In the new action game, players can play as both Young and Teen Ben, switch forms between 13 playable alien heroes, including new aliens like Bloxx and Gravattack, and fight in an assortment of action-packed levels throughout the subterranean alien city of Undertown and other show-inspired locales. In Ben: 10 Omniverse, Rook will also star in the game come equipped with a Proto-Tool, a swiss army knife of the future, that can transform into a variety of weapons that will bring a whole new dimension to combat… Expand
CD-ActionMar 5, 2013A good game to play with your kid – it’s designed for co-op and visuals are doing great job of referring to the Cartoon Network show. [CD-Action 03/2013, p.61]
Positive: 0 out of 2
Mixed: 2 out of 2
Negative: 0 out of 2
Jan 4, 2015Ben 10 Omniverse
Repetitive, but fun.
Ben 10 Omniverse is a cell shaded, dumbed down god of war style action adventure game. There’s a bitBen 10 Omniverse
Repetitive, but fun.
Ben 10 Omniverse is a cell shaded, dumbed down god of war style action adventure game.
There’s a bit of time traveling here, but only with ben. You play as both teen ben and young ben, for the most part each can turn into all alien forms, with only a handful of exclusives that the others can’t.
There are 13 alien forms total all with their own feel to them and special abilities that can be used to help with level progression.
The levels in omniverse are pretty dull and boring though.
Honestly, no 2 levels look any different or play any different.
Every level is a linear grind of defeating wave of enemy after wave of enemy, and the variety of aliens isn’t enough to make playthroughs feel any different.
You basically switch through the aliens until you find the one you like, upgrade it and stick with it throughout the game.
Omniverse was made with little no care, the developers were out to make a game with as little effort as humanly possible, published by D3, I honestly didn’t expect more from the beginning, all they do is publish lazy games.
This game is a God of War rip off down to the boss fights.
All boss battles are open, not forcing a 3 stage pattern which is great, and end in an epic God of War style quick time event.
Even enemies drop orbs and there are canisters that act as chests that are filled with orbs, and shakes and gems to upgrade health and energy.
You’ll find yourself climbing walls and doing super easy puzzles, all which are nearly identical across all 10 levels.
Luckily the levels are paced perfectly for such a repetitive style, making the game at least a little bit fun.
Levels are massively short, not many lasting for more than 20 minutes.
It took me about 3 and a half hours to beat the game in its entirety, and that includes trophy hunting.
Where the game is different from god of war though is that it includes local co-op.
You have an ai controlled buddy with you that helps you lessen the grind by taking out enemies with you, who can also be substituted by any friend or sibling that wants to sit through this journey with you.
If you’re a trophy hunter and have 3 hours to burn, snatch this grind fest up, If not – stay away.
For what it is
Action Adventure 5.5/10
Overall: 5.5/10… Expand
Nov 13, 2013the usual ben 10 beat em'up game. fun to play but there are much much better games available out there.
I wouldn't opt for it. One should gothe usual ben 10 beat em'up game. fun to play but there are much much better games available out there.
I wouldn't opt for it. One should go for street fighter 4 instead.… Expand