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Ben 10: Omniverse - Gameplay Walkthrough (Full Game) Play all

Ben 10: Omniverse is a video game based on the American animated action-comedy series of the same name. The game was published by D3 Publisher in November 2012 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Wii, and Wii U. It is also available for digital download from the Nintendo eShop on the Wii U, the PlayStation Store for PS3 and Xbox Live Arcade for Xbox 360 in North America and Europe on December 11, 2012. When a change in Ben's Omnitrix goes wrong, his new partner, Rook, is sent back in time, finding Ben from when he was eleven years old. Young Ben and Rook enter into a fight with the villain Malware who absorbs Rook's Prototool to get new, much stronger, abilities which leads to a terrible alternative future timeline. Both young Ben and teen Ben need to work together with his new partner Rook to solve the crime, fix the past and present, and defeat the evil intentions of Malware on destroying the world. Omniverse also spawned a second video game, Ben 10: Omniverse 2 which was developed by High Voltage Software for the Wii U, Wii, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 and by 1st Playable Productions for the Nintendo 3DS. This game takes place during the events of Frogs of War, where Ben must fight the Incursions to get back to Earth and stop Emperor Milleous, Attea, Dr. Psychobos, and the Way Bads.

Cars: Race-O-Rama (Wii, 2009) 100% Walkthrough Play all

Cars: Race-O-Rama is a racing game that was released on October 12, 2009. It is the sequel to Cars: Mater-National, which was released on October 27, 2007. The PSP and DS versions of the game were created by Tantalus Media in Melbourne and Brisbane, Australia. A toy line for the release was released in early 2009, as the name "Race-O-Rama" was used for the 3rd series of Mattel Die-Cast Disney Cars. This is the last Disney/Pixar video game published by THQ as well as the last game to be published by any other company except Disney Interactive.

Hill Climb Racing 2 (Android, iOS) All Vehicles Gameplay Review Play all

Play Hill Climb Racing 2! It's Bigger, It's Better And It's Much Much Funner!? Features: • Vehicles - Unlock vehicles and choose the best one for your playstyle • Upgrade - Improve the engine, suspension, tires & 4WD of your vehicles • Tune - 14+ Unique and upgradeable Tuning Parts • Customize - Style your vehicles and character • Explore - Various environments with achievements • Great Graphics - Optimized for high and low resolution devices • Social - Challenge your friends in daily and weekly competitions • Compete - Climb the leaderboards, win challenges and become #1 Hill Climb Racing 2 Cars / Vehicles List: Jeep, Scooter, Bus, Super Jeep, Monster Truck, Motocross, Dune Buggy, Sports Car, Super Diesel, Chopper, Tank, Snowmobile, Monowheel, Rally Car, Formula, Supercar

LEGO The Incredibles [PS4 Pro] Walkthrough Play all

LEGO The Incredibles is a 2018 video game based on the Disney/Pixar films of the same name. It was released on the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on June 15 in North America, and July 13 in Europe. LEGO The Incredibles is the extraordinary fun-filled adventure that puts you in control of your favorite Incredibles characters. Team up as the super hero Parr family to conquer crime and relive in LEGO form the unforgettable scenes and your favorite moments from The Incredibles and Incredibles 2 movies. LEGO The Incredibles 1 & 2 Levels / Chapters List: 1.Undermined 2.Hover Train Hijinx 3.Revelations 4.Elastigirl on the Case 5.Parr-ty House 6.Screenslaver Showdown 7.The Golden Years 8.Vigilantes 9.Nomanisan Island 10.Return on Nomanisan Island 11.Above Parr 12.The Final Showdown

Kingdom Rush Origins - Gameplay Walkthrough - Veteran (Level + Heroic + Iron) PC, Steam Play all

The most addicting tower defense game returns in an all-new prequel adventure - welcome to Kingdom Rush Origins! Kingdom Rush Origins is the third installment of the award-winning Kingdom Rush saga, loved by millions and earning accolades from gamers and critics around the globe. Take a trip back to the beginning, before Vez’nan ever thought to threaten the kingdom with the gem of power, and experience even more of the lightning-fast, exceptionally captivating gameplay that made the franchise a cornerstone of essential tower defense games. In this exciting prequel, command your elven army and defend mystical lands from sea serpents, evil sorcerers, and wave after wave of gnoll tribesmen, all with the help of brand-spankin’ new towers, heroes, and spells to fend off every last baddie. Kingdom Rush Origins packs in a treasure trove of new content and features while keeping the signature look that millions have come to love. Key Features * Re-enter the world of Kingdom Rush: visit mysterious elven forests, magical faery realms and even floating ruins of an ancient metropolis! * Unleash the power of the elves with brand new towers and troops! Elf Archers, Mystic Mages, Stone Druids and the Elven Infantry make up the backbone of your army. * Discover new specialized tower upgrades with over 18 abilities! Vanquish your enemies with elven marksmen, runed bears, magic-wielding wizards, and even giant animated trees. * Take up arms against new enemies and engage in epic boss battles! Face hordes of Gnolls, giant spiders, and the terrible Twilight army. * Master and upgrade legendary heroes and their awesome powers and spells! * Rain lightning, summon reinforcements, and use each hero’s unique power to obliterate scores of enemies! * Immerse yourself in hours of gameplay with over 70 achievements, with three difficulty modes for the newbs and veterans alike. * Play different game modes - Classic, Iron, and Heroic - and prove your mettle as a master tactician. * Study your enemies and your towers with an in-game encyclopedia.

Super Mario Party - Gameplay Walkthrough (Nintendo Switch) Play all

Super Mario Party is a party video game published by Nintendo. It is the eleventh main instalment in the main Mario Party series, and the sixteenth in the franchise. It was released on 5 October 2018 for Nintendo Switch. The traditional gameplay of the older Mario Party games returns in Super Mario Party, after the previous two games' departure from the established form. The standard game mode, Party Mode, features up to four players taking turns and navigating the board in search of stars while competing against one another in a variety of minigames. A second mode, known as Partner Party, has two teams of two players also searching for stars on a free-movement board similar to those in Mario Party: Star Rush. The game can be played with only one Joy-Con controller per player, allowing two players to play together with only one Switch system, which comes with two Joy-Con. Super Mario Party also takes advantage of the Switch's local wireless capabilities, allowing teams to play from separate Switch consoles and allowing multiple Switch consoles to be arranged and synchronized to create larger, multi-monitor environments in a mode called "Toad's Rec Room" (as patented prior to the game's reveal). Some of the minigames can be played using traditional button controls, while others may be controlled by motion controls, such as a tricycle race minigame. Toad returns as Super Mario Party's host, directing the players throughout the game. The roster of playable characters in Super Mario Party includes Mario, Luigi, Rosalina, Dry Bones, Boo, Koopa Troopa, Hammer Bro, Princess Peach, Princess Daisy, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Shy Guy, Bowser, Wario, and Waluigi, all of whom are returning characters, with Bowser being fully playable for the first time. New playable characters to the series include Bowser Jr. and Diddy Kong, who had only previously appeared as a playable character in handheld Mario Party games; Pom Pom, Goomba and Monty Mole, none of whom has previously been a playable character in Mario Party, although this is the former's debut in the series, and the latter two have appeared as NPCs throughout the series.

The Amazing Spider-Man: The Game - Gameplay Walkthrough - Story Mode Play all

The Amazing Spider-Man, also known as The Amazing Spider-Man: The Game, is a video game serving as a non-canon sequel to film of the same name. Most versions of the game were developed by Beenox and published by Activision. The game was originally set to be released on the same day the movie was released, July 3, 2012, but the developers of the game pushed the date up to June 26, 2012. The game was released then on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS (the NDS version of the game being released by Griptonite Games). Two days later, the game was released for iOS and Android and was still published by Activision, but developed by Gameloft. On October 13, 2012, Marvel confirmed that the video game would be released in Spring 2013 on the Nintendo Wii U, also being developed by Beenox. The Wii U version was released on March 5 2013.

The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy in 4K [PS4 Pro] Walkthrough Play all

The Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy is a platforming video game published by Activision, developed by Vicarious Visions, who have previously released Crash Bandicoot: The Huge Adventure, Crash Bandicoot 2: N-Tranced, Crash Nitro Kart, and Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage, released on June 30, 2017 exclusively for the PlayStation 4. The game will also be released for Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Steam on July 10, 2018. The trilogy consists of remakes of the first three Crash Bandicoot games: Crash Bandicoot (1996), Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (1997), and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped (1998). The remade contains a new soundtrack, re-recorded dialogue with high definition cutscenes, a unified save and menu system, along with time trials for all three games. List of characters for the game include: * Crash Bandicoot * Doctor Neo Cortex * Doctor Nitrus Brio * Aku Aku * Tawna * Papu Papu * Ripper Roo * Koala Kong * Pinstripe Potoroo * Coco Bandicoot * Polar * Komodo Brothers * Tiny Tiger * Doctor N. Gin * Uka Uka * Pura * Baby T * Dingodile * Doctor Nefarious Tropy * Fake Crash * Penta Penguin Also returning to the game, although more enemies than characters, are Cortex's Lab Assistants seen in the opening cutscene surrounding Tawna.