Ben 10: Omniverse Reviews (PlayStation 3)
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PlayStation Universe (Nov 30, 2012)
The main campaign is pretty short, only lasting approximately six hours with 11 levels in total. Once you complete the game however, you do get access to new game plus, which expands the main game a little bit. However, because of how linear the levels are and how easy the secret items are to find, there’s not much replay value unless you’re a huge fan of the show. Nevertheless, even with some of its faults, Ben 10: Omiverse is still a very good hack and slash game with a great soundtrack that fits the action well, and kids should enjoy playing as their favourite characters from the much-loved T.V series.
Impulse Gamer (Dec, 2012)
Omniverse is basic gaming in every sense, which isn’t to say that younger Ben 10 fans won’t enjoy the colourful characters, easy progression and co-operative play. Older gamers will tire of it quickly.
Cheat Code Central (2012)
But being competent enough to maybe hold a child’s interest doesn’t equal being a good game. And Ben 10 Omniverse is certainly not that. This is an exercise in tedium, a substandard brawler that exudes laziness at almost every turn. The recommendation will surely be made that Omniverse should be picked up for Ben 10 fans or young children in general, but why would anyone want to subject such potentially creative minds to something so unimaginative? Surely we can do better—if not for us, then at least for the children.