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shows made into video games are often very bad. Now, Ben 10 Alien Force Vilgax attacks may not be the greatest game ever, but it is still very good. Graphics are ok, and the game play is very fun, but it is very short, and lacks the challenge most people enjoy. Get the game if you want a quick thrill, but a warning to anybody who loves seeing that 1000/1000 score for a game, there is a glitch in the game that may prevent an achievement being earned!
If you, or your kid, or both (as the case is in my instance), are a fan of Ben 10 then this game will thrill you.
With a very respectable assortment of both classic Ben 10 aliens (Cannonbolt) and Alien Force aliens (Goooooooooooooooooooop!), you will have a blast being able to turn into each of the aliens, using their various powers, and being able to switch between them.
The game sports very respectable graphics - the character animations are particularly crisp, and while the backgrounds aren't always spectacular, they are by no means ugly looking.
The sheer amount of Ben 10 villains in the game is also amazing for the fans, and each character, including Ben, Gwen, Kevin, and all the aliens, is voiced by the same people from the show. Each boss is actually quite challenging and figuring out the pattern to beat them can be a lot of fun.
The game essentially is a puzzle solving platformer for 70% of the game, and a button mashing brawler for the other 30%. Like most action games these days, you can also upgrade and unlock the aliens' powers by collecting colored orbs that drop off of vanquished enemies.
My biggest gripe with the game was the camera angle, which seems to inexplicably work against you at times, which can make doing some of the puzzles extra difficult for really no good reason.