Ben 10 Galactic Racing



In the world of video games journalism there exists an element that is particularly interested in the tracking of trends. That doesn't make them any less effective as writers, but it does often provoke interesting (if sometimes disagreeable) conversations over dinner that include the observation that whenever a video game series grows too popular, its owners license it out for all sorts of content, from cartoons to lunch boxes, stickers, and toys. That is true, but it is also true that when a cartoon reaches a certain level of popularity we get the opposite effect: it gets licensed and turned into a video game series, and such is the case with Ben 10. When the cartoon first appeared upon the Cartoon Network in 2005, it found an immediate audience and following, largely because it has an interesting premise and the right formula. Naturally its growth in popularity and the pop-.. read more