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Ask any young boy about his favorite cartoon series, and one of the more popular answers you'll get is "Ben 10." The adventures of a young boy who can transform into 10 different alien forms struck a chord with its intended audience and helped Cartoon Network shift its focus from comedy to action with good results. The sequel series, "Ben 10: Alien Force," did a good job of not only keeping its core audience intact but also introducing a new, older audience to its brand of action and good storytelling. The subsequent video games have done well, and the ones featured on the Nintendo Wii have been good titles for the license. While the next-generation consoles are now just getting their fix for the series, the Wii has received the third game in the successful line. Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks is a little bit of a departure from the previous titles, and while young fans won't mind the change, older fans will be wishing for something better to come along.
The game's adventure mode is split into two different gameplay styles. The predominant mode is that of a brawling platformer. You take Ben and his different alien forms from area to area, clearing out rooms of enemies before proceeding. Your method of combat is the use of your fists, though you can use some special moves, depending on which alien you transform into. When you're not fighting, you're usually switching into your different alien forms to solve a few simple puzzles or climb or jump over large gaps to proceed to the next fight. The fighting itself is solid, though it can get a bit repetitive unless you learn how to unleash specific combos of regular and special moves. The simplicity also carries over to the game's puzzles and a few of the boss fights, though some can get fairly tough for young gamers who are not accustomed to how other games have handled similar situations and patterns. Luckily for them, Vilgax Attacks features unlimited lives and plenty of hints; just about every breakable object in the game contains health, making tough fights bearable as long as you have something non-living to punch. It's also a fairly long adventure so gamers will appreciate having a title that takes longer than an afternoon to finish.
The second style of gameplay happens anytime you travel from planet to planet with Ship, the transforming alien pet of Ben's girlfriend. Here, the game transforms into a shooter similar to Starfox or After Burner. Objects like asteroids and rogue satellites will block your path and hurtle toward you. Your job is to make it through the level by shooting them down with lasers and homing missiles. Like the brawling portions, there's no multiplayer and no penalty for dying, aside from starting at the beginning of the session. While the shooting portions are a nice break from the brawling aspect of the game, the developers made them entirely skippable. It's an odd move since it shortens the overall game length, but it's welcome if you really want to punch an enemy instead of shoot it.
As expected, the voices are the same ones used in the series, and most of the cast members seem comfortable reading their character lines and some basic tutorial text. For some reason, though, the tutorial lines delivered by Grandpa Max sound disjointed and incomplete. It becomes especially fragmented whenever a button or direction is announced, as you can tell the pauses and different vocal inflections given for each part that has to be said. It's distracting and should have been fixed before releasing to retail. The voices for the aliens are just as muffled as the sound effects. You have to strain to hear each alien say its name as it transforms, even though this doesn't occur in other versions of the game.
As stated time and time again in this review, the young fans of Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks will get the most enjoyment out of this game. For them, the adventure is good enough, and they have access to almost all of the different alien forms all of the time, which will make them enjoy it even more. The Wii version is almost on par with the next-generation versions, which is also a plus since the console usually ends up getting the short end of the stick. For the older fans, however, the title is another example of a mediocre kids' game. The adventure feels tedious, and the overall package seems like it doesn't have as much polish as it should in a few areas. Unless you know a young child who's a big fan of the series, it's best to rent this title in order to get your money's worth from the game.
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