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Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction is a video game that 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.
Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction is the new game that 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 evil 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 creates a cinematic experience that guides players through fierce boss battles and challenging puzzle elements. Players will 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).
- AmpFibian (first videogame appearance)
- Armodrillo (first videogame appearance)
- Big Chill
- Echo Echo
- NRG (first videogame appearance)
- Terraspin (first videogame appearance)
- Water Hazard (first videogame appearance)
- Way Big (Level 8 only. In DS Level 7) (first videogame appearance)
- Ultimate Humungousaur (Level 1 only; first videogame appearance)
- Ultimate Swampfire (Level 2 only; first videogame appearance)
- Ultimate Spidermonkey (Level 3 and Level 5 only; first videogame appearance)
- Ultimate Big Chill (Level 4 only; first videogame appearance)
- Ultimate Echo Echo (Level 6 only; first videogame appearance)
- Pickaxe Minion
- Criminal Alien Melee
- Criminal Alien Sniper
- Criminal Alien Lieutenant
- Spartan Ranged
- Forever Knight Melee
- Forever Knight Ranged
- Forever Ninja Melee
- Forever Ninja Ranged
- R.E.Ds Grunt
- R.E.Ds Melee
- R.E.Ds Sniper
- R.E.Ds Ranged
- R.E.Ds Lieutenant
- R.E.Ds Elite
- Terracotta Melee
- Terracotta Ranged
- Terracotta Lieutenant
- Terracotta Elite
- Terracotta General (Mini-Boss)
- Vulkanus (Mini Boss)
- Enoch (Boss)
- Vreedle Brothers (Mini Boss in Paris, Boss in Amazon)
- Sunder (Boss)
- Kraab (Mini Boss)
- Sevenseven (Boss)
- Terracotta General (Mini Boss)
- Terracotta Dragon (Boss)
- Zombozo (Mini Boss)
- Wired Cooper (Boss)
- Carl Nesmith (Mini Boss)
- Psyphon (Boss)
- Evil Way Big (final battle)
- Sunder/Top of the Tower
- Vulkanus/Drilling Lab
- Sevenseven/Top of the Wall
- Wired Cooper/Lab room
- Evil Way Big/Final Battle
- Gwen Tennyson
- Kevin Levin
- Jimmy Jones
- Ancient Galvans (Azmuth's Ancestors)
- Will Harangue
- Lu (cameo at the end)
- Mrs. Jones (voice only)
- Chromastone (hologram only)
|Cash||Obtain 1 million DNA|
|Hard||All enemies do double damage and player does half damage|
|Classic||Unlock Four Arms (PS3 only)|
|Primus||Unlock Rath (Xbox 360 only)|
|Upgrade||Upgrade all alien stats to max|
|Levels||Unlock all levels|
|Get 100%||Unlock Albedo (DS only)|
- Sometimes while Terraspin lands and gets hit by enemies, he will have seven arms/feet.
- If the player jumps using Big Chill and starts punching rapidly, his wings do not close until he stops punching, or doesn't punch fast enough.
- When certain aliens interact with switches or any other objects they do not actually touch the switch/object but the switch/object moves.
- In the Amazon level on the console versions, when the player falls into the water, there is no more water near the surface.
- In the Great Wall level on the PS3 version, the player can fall through the floor for no reason and keep falling without dying. This forces the player to reset the game.
- On the PSP, in the cutscene where Ben meets Enoch, at the end where Ben says "Yeah yeah, blah blah blah... It's hero time!" and holds out his hand to the Ultimatrix, sometimes the Omnitrix is shown.
- Ultimate Echo Echo has 5 fingers instead of 4.
- When battling Evil Way Big, he is much taller than the nearby bridge, but in the cutscenes, he was about a quarter of the height of the bridge.
- Way Big's cosmic ray is shown to be green in this game.
- During the cutscene between Devil's Tower and The Great Wall, Evil Way Big and Psyphon are seen watching footage of Ultimate Swampfire fighting Robotic Extermination Devices, despite the fact that Ultimate Swampfire was not seen in the Devil's Tower level.
- When Humungousaur is fighting Evil Way Big his eyes are white until he falls in the water.
- When Terraspin hovers his eyes are white.
- On the DS, while choosing an alien form, only the center of the Ultimatrix dial is opened.
- On the Wii, when the player fails to complete the Forever Knights Castle stage once on the shifting bridges, the second time Ben appears in the checkpoint, the metal lock does not disappear yet Ben can get through it easily.
- During the special report news sceen, AmpFibian's electricity is shown yellow.
- The Ultimate forms are not unlockable; the player can only play as them in certain levels. In the DS version, however, when the player builds up the meter, the alien turns ultimate for a power blast to do a lot of damage to all the enemies on the screen, or if it's an alien without an ultimate, it will do a power blast instead.
- In the museum, after deafeating the Vreedle Brothers, there's a statue of a Vaxasaurian holding a ring. The same statue can be found on Terradino in Vilgax Attacks.
- In a cutscene, Ben mentioned his teleportation to Primus in Primus.
- Ultimate Cannonbolt is not a playable alien, even though he is an ultimate.
|Ben 10 Video Games|
|Ben 10: Alien Force|
|Ben 10: Ultimate Alien|
|Ben 10: Omniverse|
|Ben 10 (Reboot)|