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Ben 10

Outright Games
Nov 10, 2017 - Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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Critics Recommend

6.5 / 10
IGN Spain
6.5 / 10
6.5 / 10
Push Square
6 / 10
Generación Xbox
6.7 / 10
PlayStation LifeStyle
3.5 / 10
Nintendo Life
6 / 10
4 / 10
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Ben 10 Video Game Trailer (Switch/PS4/XBO/STEAM) - Spanish

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Critic Reviews for Ben 10

Ben 10 has its ups and downs. Even though its gameplay and ideas are interesting, its duration and poor depth make the game feel incomplete. An entertaining game to have a good time and also for the kids.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

The theme and the setting, as well as the design that Bendy & The Ink Machine brings, has dazzled us. A dazzle, however, that despite keeping the type at least throughout the adventure. All that little spell is diluted when realizing that the mechanical machines are simple and that the mixture of genres more than the quality of the set is restored. It is not a bad game because in fact it is fun in its simplicity and it is an interesting adventure. We met several times to explore and unravel a well-implemented story in a fantastic setting makes the experience very worthwhile. Some scare, puzzles and simple combats complete a set that bets for an atmosphere that finally is little used.

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Ben10 is a decent little game. It's not going to blow anyone away, but it's definitely not a horrible time either. In fact, I enjoyed some of the alien powers a lot and I think a fan of this franchise can have some fun here.

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Ben 10 is an enjoyable little beat-'em-up romp. All 10 of Ben's aliens feel fleshed out and vastly different from one another, and jumping from enemy-to-enemy in the fast-paced combat is suitably satisfying. Fans of the show will be thrilled with the faithful recreation of the show's art style and general feel. Unfortunately, it's a little bit let down by the afterthought upgrade system, incredibly short length, and non-existent difficulty.

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Indispensable for fans of the series, interesting for fans of beat' em up and one more ordinary game for the rest of the players. Ben 10 is aimed at fans and is very loyal to the latest version of the Cartoon Network character animated series.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

Besides the HD visuals, Ben 10 feels like a licensed title from a decade ago. Most of the game is comprised of inoffensive mediocrity, and rarely is there anything that feels inspired. Kids will likely have some fun smashing around levels as their favorite characters from the show, but there's simply too little content for it to keep attention spans occupied for too long.

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Ben 10 does its license justice, but unless you're a fan of the show it just looks like a slightly above-average brawler at best. It definitely looks the part, but with its ability to switch characters missing its potential it offers an unimaginative combat system; only those seeking a trip on the Rusty Bucket to play as the likes of XLR8 or Four Arms should check it out.

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Ben 10 hasn't been very lucky in the videogame industry, and this new chapter is no exception: poor visuals, repetitive gameplay and lackluster level design are only some of the flaws that afflict a game where no redeeming quality can be found.

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