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5.1

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  1. May 16, 2012
    3
    Ben 10 is a great cartoon, with a big potencial, but what happen when a studio decide that this cartoon appear in a videogame? the big part of the time is a brutal disaster, and The Rise of Hex is not the exception, the gameplay is bad, the story is good, but with a terrible development, the graphics are regular, this game is bad.
  2. Nov 27, 2015
    10
    Sigh. This campaign. I almost can't believe it's over when I think about my life nowadays. It had a rocky start, that was for sure, but soon things were moving at a swift pace. There was never really a dull moment with the cast and I really felt like I was getting involved in the hilarious adventures of team shinji.

    The cast had many lovable characters, but in the interest of time I'll
    Sigh. This campaign. I almost can't believe it's over when I think about my life nowadays. It had a rocky start, that was for sure, but soon things were moving at a swift pace. There was never really a dull moment with the cast and I really felt like I was getting involved in the hilarious adventures of team shinji.

    The cast had many lovable characters, but in the interest of time I'll just stick to the core characters that appear the most throughout the plot.

    So the game starts out at the princesses coronation (lame!) where a wandering hero, a sexual deviant of a hero, a little girl (who isn't actually there but they meet up later cause the cleric is so cool), a dancer that may be a prostitute and finally a midget on a llama have gathered. It's then that Modekaiser (rumored to be the fabled Numero Uno) has attacked and takes all those mentioned above as hostages. Why? Iunno. Just kinda happens don't you judge me.

    They escape though and break a rock and a guy named exil is like "aha i was the bad guy who numero uno!". Everyone was super shocked and for a while the princess was kinda a lame punching bag for cadis. cadis is my favorite character. I guess you could say she CADIS lovable.

    anyways a bunch of boring stuff happened, then they had a beach section, and then luan exploded. That's as far as I got though because I didn't want to buy the DLC episode to get the true ending so I just had to deal with the one where Ryder hooked up with Alice's mom. If I had anything to say about this game, it's that Piacula is a dank meme and totally bae.
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46

Generally unfavorable reviews - based on 6 Critics

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  2. Negative: 4 out of 6
  1. Ben 10: Alien Force: Rise of Hex is a good game that will probably appeal to fans of the show who can understand the underlying elements contained within.
  2. With an 800 Microsoft points ($10 USD) price tag, Ben 10 Alien Force: The Rise of Hex is positioned as an impulse buy, but even then, it fails to impress. Take away the license, and you're left with an extremely generic platformer that manages to achieve mediocrity at best. There was potential here, but it went unfulfilled.
  3. X-ONE Magazine UK
    30
    In short, it's a stinker. [Issue#61, p.104]