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Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Puzzle/battle mix makes for a thinking kid's action game.

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For an action/adventure game, Ben 10 Alien Force: Vilgax Attacks is a surprisingly cerebral game. The central object of each level is "How do I get from here to there?" and the central challenge is figuring out which of Ben's alien powers will help you accomplish that goal. Yes, there are bad guys to fight along the way (and even with the fighting, certain alien forms work better against certain enemies), but the more challenging aspects of the game involve thinking along the lines of, "If I use the Swampfire to burn those branches out of the way, then I can use Humungasaur's strength to move that wall." Some levels can be quite tough, but all the more rewarding when completed. The game also has a crisp, attractive graphic look. All in all, Vilgax Attacks is the best Ben 10 game so far.

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