The now 5 year old Ben 10 franchise has seen constant popularity on the Cartoon Network and attempts have been made to translate that following into sales on video game consoles. The latest is Ben 10 Ultimate Alien: Cosmic Destruction from D3Publisher released for the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, DS, PSP and PS2. For those unfamiliar with the Ben 10 series, it began in 2005 and has seen two series follow-ups as well as an original movie for the Cartoon Network. The story follows the travails of a young boy named Ben Tennyson and the device called the Omnitrix that latched itself onto his wrist. The device gives Ben the capability to morph into new alien life forms, each that has their own set of powers / abilities. Or course, thereâ€™s evil in the Universe that comes to Earth and itâ€™s up to Ben to protect the innocent. As the story progresses, the Omnitrix gets destroyed and a now 16 year old Ben must learn to control the Ultimatrix, an amped up version of his previous device. This is where Ben 10: Ultimate Alien kicks off and is the basis of the game. Unfortunately, the game does an absolutely horrific job of explaining any of this and itâ€™s really only designed for people that are loyal fans of the show.