Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction

Ben 10: Ultimate Alien – Cosmic Destruction is a video game based on Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and is the fifth game in the Ben 10 video games series released by Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Wii, PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS on October 5, 2010.

Ben 10: Ultimate Alien –
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Developer(s)Papaya Studio (PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Xbox 360)
Griptonite Games (DS)
Publisher(s)D3 Publisher[citation needed]
Writer(s)Charlotte Fullerton
Composer(s)Michael McCuistion
Lolita Ritmanis
Kristopher Carter
SeriesBen 10
EngineVicious Engine
Platform(s)PlayStation 3
PlayStation 2
PlayStation Portable
Xbox 360
Nintendo DS
Wii[1]
Release
  • NA: October 5, 2010
  • AU: January 10, 2011
  • EU: January 11, 2011
Genre(s)Action-adventure game
Mode(s)Single-player

GameplayEdit

Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction introduces the new alien heroes: Water Hazard, Armodrillo, AmpFibian, Terraspin and NRG from the Ben 10: Ultimate Alien television series, allowing players to tunnel or beat through alien enemies, unleash water blasts, emit radiation beams, shoot electricity bolts and fire, wind attacks, and more, with a unique experience system which lets them upgrade alien attributes and abilities. The game also provides all-new game enhancements such as Quick Switch, which allows players to switch alien forms faster than ever, and Quick Time Events which create a cinematic experience that guides players through fierce boss battles and challenging puzzle elements. Players control Ben and up to 16 alien heroes including Ultimate Big Chill, Ultimate Spidermonkey, Ultimate Echo Echo, Ultimate Swampfire, Ultimate Humungousaur, Four Arms (PS3) and Rath (Xbox 360).


The game involves Ben traveling to iconic real-world locations in search of the parts to an ancient Galvan artifact called the Potis Altiare to save the Earth from total destruction by an evil To'kustar.

ReceptionEdit

The game was given mixed reviews, being criticized for its limited length, game mechanics, as well as several gameplay and design concepts. Fans, however, consider this an improvement over past games in the franchise, especially the transformation and combat mechanics having a smoother flow than before.

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