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It's a galactic race to the finish as Ben, Kevin and twelve of Ben's alien heroes join an interplanetary Galactic Grand Prix in Ben 10: Galactic Racing, an action-packed new game now available to PlayStation 3, Playstation Vita, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Wii.
- Fast-paced racing action set in the Ben 10 universe and based on the hit Cartoon Network TV show.
- Race in over 30 different karts and 25 challenging grand prix tracks spread across 5 environmental planets from the Ben 10 universe.
- 15 characters for players to race as, including heroes like Ben, Kevin and 10 of Ben’s most popular alien forms.
- All characters can pick up special Omni-Node Power-Ups with varying alien-based abilities, including an Ultimate move that unleashes a super-charged, race-changing boost of speed and power that is themed to that character’s abilities.
- Drifting and mid-air stunts that both add to the excitement of the race and charge up character-specific attacks and defenses.
- New alien hero Fasttrack makes his video game debut on every platform.
- Single-player and Multiplayer modes include: Single Race, Grand Prix Circuit, Time Trials, Short Circuit and Arena Showdowns (multiplayer only).
- Split screen multiplayer on the Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3; Ad-Hoc multiplayer on the 3DS and NDS is supported.
- Galactic Grand Prix - Race in several multi-track prixs to unlock characters and win trophies
- Short Circuit - Race on a custom prix consisting of three tracks
- Single Race - Race on any track
- Time Trials - Beat times set by any player and the game to unlock karts
- Showdown - Three bonus games
- Ultimate Alienation - Set Omni-Node traps and crash into racers to score points in an arena track
- Omni-Tag - Get the Plumbers' Badge and drive through the gates to get points in an arena track
- Ultimate Elimination - Race on any track while a clock counts down. When it finishes, the last place racer is eliminated
- Multiplayer - Play Short Circuit, Single Race, and Showdown games with up to four players. Multiplayer games do not count for achievements
- Ben Tennyson
- Ultimate Humungousaur
- Heatblast (OS version)
- Big Chill
- Ultimate Cannonbolt (first videogame appearance)
- Ultimate Echo Echo
- Fasttrack (first videogame appearance)
- Kevin Levin
- Ghostfreak (AF version in console; original series version in DS)
- Diamondhead (first video game appearance)
- Octagon Vreedle (narrator)
- Rhomboid Vreedle (narrator)
- Two-Headed Snake (referred to as Vulpin Serpents)
- Piscciss Volanns
- Null Guardians
- Voliticus Biopsis
- Enemy Vine: The Enemy Vine Omni-Node drops a pile of Florauna seeds onto the track that sprout of series Wildvine tendrils near the lead racer to slow them down. (Not on DS)
- Stink Stank Stuck: Using Lepidopterran DNA like Stinkfly, this Omni-Node lays down a patch of super-sticky slime on the track that slows down any kart that drives through it. (Not on DS)
- Way Bigger: Way Bigger uses DNA from Way Big's species, To'kustar, to shrink all of the other racers on the track to half size and reduce their top speed. While the power is active, the Way Bigger racer becomes invulnerable, and can drive on any terrain without slowing down. (Not on DS)
- EMP (electromagnetic pulse): The EMP Omni-Node harnesses the electromagnetic powers of Lodestar to create an energy pulse that knocks all nearby karts out of the way.
- Goop Slick: The Goop Slick Omni-Node releases an anti-gravity projector that hold up a blob of Goop's slime. When a kart hits the Goop Slick, it spins out of control.
- Shard Mine: The Shard Mine is based from Diamondhead's powers. When released, it creates a crystalline mine that explodes when a kart hits it, affecting all nearby karts. (Not on DS)
- Neuroshock Blast: This Omni-Node allows a racer to fire a Neuroshock Blast just like Jetray's (but goes very straight and can easily be avoided). All karts caught in its blast are flipped over. (Not on DS)
- Omni-Not: This Omni-Node used Ditto's DNA to create a fake Omni-Node and drop it on the track. When the racer hits an Omni-Not, his kart flips.
- Splash: The Splash Omni-Node is based from Water Hazard's DNA. It fires a fast-moving ball of water that locks onto an enemy kart and hits it, blasting it into the air. (Not on DS)
- Accelerate: Infused with Kineceleran DNA, the Accelerate Omni-Node briefly lets a racer move as fast as XLR8. When activated, it also leaves behind a powerful whirlwind that can cause other karts to spin-out. (Not on DS)
- Spectrum Blast: Using Chromastone's DNA, this Omni-Node fires an ultraviolet blast that temporarily blinds the racer in the target kart, making it difficult for them to drive.
- Ultimate: The Ultimate Omni-Node releases a burst of power that make a racer temporarily invulnerable to bumps and attacks, and allows them to move at tremendous speed for a short time. (Not on DS)
DS Only Omni-Nodes
- XLR8: Same as Accelerate
- Codon Slurry: Causes a trail of green slime to follow the player's kart for a few seconds. Any racer who touches it will spin out.
- Neuro Blast: Same as Neuroshock Blast
- Mana Shield: Three panels of mana surround the kart. They increase collision effects by 25%.
- Quake: Drops several large rocks onto the track behind the player.
- Goop'd: Same as Goop Slick
- Rust Time: Fires a "time ray" that covers another kart with rust, rendering them almost immobile for a few seconds.
Unlock karts by beating Track Best Totals in Time Trial mode
- Kinecelarator (unlocked with the code: Ben, Spidermonkey, Kevin, Ultimate Echo Echo)
- Plasma Tank
- Vreedle Truck
- Rust Bucket
- Plumber Ship (also available with Wii version purchase from KMart)
- Frozen Freeway
- Blizzard Ridge
- Tidal Tundra
- Icefall Cavern
- Necrofriggian Valley
- Seawater Switchback
- The Agitator
- Wave Runner
- Piscciss Falls
- Whirlpool Core
- Toxic Tunnels
- Garbage Gauntlet
- Rubble Rumble
- Trashy Twist
- The Sludgeway
- Codon Climb
- Jungle Run
- Galvan Gorge
- Codon Caldera
- Azmuth's Forge
- Null Void
- Drill Base Drag
- Null Avoidance
- Guardian Gauntlet
- Dimension Dementia
- Havoc Highway
- Yuri Lowenthal as Ben Tennyson
- Greg Cipes as Kevin Levin
- Dee Bradley Baker as Swampfire, Ultimate Cannonbolt, Ultimate Humungousaur, Big Chill, Spidermonkey, Fasttrack, Ultimate Echo Echo, AmpFibian, Heatblast
- Jeff Bennett as Azmuth, Ghostfreak
- John DiMaggio as Octagon Vreedle, Rath, Vilgax
- Rob Paulsen as Rhomboid Vreedle
- Richard McGonagle as Four Arms
Ben: (after losing) It's....zero time.
- This is the first Ben 10 video game:
- which is a Racing game
- for PSvita and the 3DS
- without Gwen
- The credits dedicate the game to Dwayne McDuffie.
- Zs'Skayr has Big Chill's " That's cold, man!" quote. (Albeit in his own voice)
- Technically, both Zs'Skayr and Ghostfreak are playable.
- Zs'Skayr is playable while selecting the character (even though Zs'Skayr calls himself "Ghostfreak" in the game)
- Ghostfreak is only playable when the player chooses Ben as the playable character in order to transform to Ghostfreak. (This is much apparent in the DS version because Ghostfreak has the original series design while Zs'Skayr retains his Alien Force look.)
- Richard McGonagle voices Four Arms in this game instead of Dee Bradley Baker (who regularly voices him in Ultimate Alien), marking this the first time he has voiced the character since the original series.
- If the player presses the accelerate button just after the narrator says '2', they get a quick burst of speed. However, if the player accelerates a little earlier than mentioned, their kart gets stuck for about 2 seconds.
- On the consoles and the 3DS, the game randomizes which alien Ben should transform into, but on the DS version, the player chooses it.
|Ben 10 Video Games|
|Ben 10: Alien Force|
|Ben 10: Ultimate Alien|
|Ben 10: Omniverse|
|Ben 10 (Reboot)|