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Ben 10 Alien Force products

Ben 10 Alien Force products

Ben 10 Alien Force is fully covered when it comes to products.  We’ve already read about the deal linking Ben 10 with Basic Fun, but now Cartoon Network Enterprises has signed more deals.  These include with The Canadian Group for Ben10 Magnetic Creations and temporary tattoos, and also with Dynatech for flashlights and snow sleds.  Bandai America will also release a new toy line for Ben 10 Alien Force later this fall.

Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall is Official!

Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall

Cartoon Network has done it.  They’ve now officially launched Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall, the network’s first massively multiplayer online game (MMOG).  The game is subscription-based (about $6 a month) and already has 2.5 million users.  You can create your own avatar and battle alongside over 50 characters from Cartoon Network, including Ben 10 Alien Force, Dexter’s Laboratory and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends.   Check out an early recap, here!

Ben MP10 Player?

Ben MP10 Player?

Have you ever sat around listening to music and wondered what it would be like if your stereo speakers were Ben 10: Alien Force speakers?  …Well, wonder no more!  Cartoon Network Enterprises and Jazwares have teamed up to introduce just that!  In addition to the speakers, you can get Ben 10 USB drives, digital cameras, and an MP3 player.  Look for them in stores around April.

Cartoon Network’s FusionFall


Now that MMORPGs are all the rage (that’s “massive multiplayer online role playing game”) Cartoon Network is getting in on the action with FusionFall.  Planet Fusion, ruled by the evil Fuse, has traveled throughout the galaxy, devastating civilizations, moving towards Earth.  You must joins forces with various Cartoon Network characters to save the planet!  Fellow Toonbarner GeneralMargera1 was able to get into the game’s beta and offered a report.  Check out his thoughts (and leave your own!) after the break!

IGN reviews Ben 10: Alien Force for the Nintendo DS

Ben 10: Alien Force The Game

IGN has just reviewed the latest Ben 10 game for the Nintendo DS, entitled .  Here’s a little bit of what they had to say:

The Ben 10: Alien Force video game on DS is a much less satisfactory experience than last year’s Protector of Earth. It’s unfortunate that the positive progress made in the TV series couldn’t be reflected in this latest game adaptation, as the first time Ben 10 game to the DS it was in a robust and solid adventure. But, for whatever reason, most of the best qualities from that first game have been cut out of this sequel, and the places where Alien Force could have naturally advanced — like making Gwen and Kevin more active participants in the action — go uncapitalized on as well. If you’re a Ben 10 fan, I still recommend last year’s product and you should now be able to pick it up for under 20 bucks. But this year’s Alien Force effort is much less desirable, and should only be considered by the most dedicated Plumbers-in-training.

You gamers out there agree?

Some cartoon Halloween costumes


Every Halloween, cartoon fans dress up as characters from their favorite shows.  Whether you’re a fan of Sonic or Avatar or He-Man or GI Joe, there are so many different costumes that look really cool on Halloween.  A bunch of users did it again this year and sent their images over to us at ToonBarn.  We wanted to post a bunch so you got to see their creative genius!  There’s Stewie as BatDog above, but check out the rest after the break below!

IGN’s Ben 10: Alien Force Review

Ben 10: Alien Force

IGN recently had a chance to review the latest Ben 10 game for Nintendo Wii.  Here’s a bit of what they had to say… and it wasn’t good:

There’s just nothing to Ben 10: Alien Force that’s worth taking a look at. Everything about the game is entirely uninspired, from the bland visuals and awkward physics to the sleep-inducing music. It’s a shame, really, considering the fact that the game could have been fun had it offered refined platforming and an interesting (and especially exciting) battle mechanic where you constantly change forms to vary your combos.

[Source: IGN]
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