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Ben 10 Protects Earth in New Videogame

D3Publisher of America, Inc. (D3PA) announced that new videogame BEN 10: PROTECTOR OF EARTH, the first-ever interactive title based on Cartoon Network's Emmy-winning animated series, has shipped to retail outlets across North America. BEN 10: PROTECTOR OF EARTH is available for the Wii, PlayStation 2, Nintendo DS and PSP.

In BEN 10: PROTECTOR OF EARTH, Ben Tennyson uses the power of the alien Omnitrix device to defend the world from evildoers from Earth and space. The Omnitrix enables Ben to transform into alien beings Heatblast, Fourarms, XLR8, Cannonbolt and Wildvine and take on each of their unique powers and abilities, all while retaining his 10-year-old personality. The sound effects and music are all audio effects pulled directly from the show's sound vaults and all voice acting is provided by the original television cast. The Wii and PS2 versions of the game offer two-player co-op gameplay, while the DS version offers multi-player Junkyard Fury challenges.

BEN 10: PROTECTOR OF EARTH for Nintendo DS was developed by 1st Playable Prods. LLC. All other versions were developed by High Voltage Software Inc. The DS version is rated "E" (Everyone -- Cartoon Violence, Comic Mischief) by the ESRB; all other versions are rated "E 10+" (Everyone 10 and older -- Cartoon Violence and Mild Language). The Wii version is available for $39.95. The PlayStation 2, PSP and DS versions are available for $29.95. For more information, visit

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