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The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena

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8.4

A Reason To Fear The Dark

The good:

It may not be Metal Gear Solid, but the stealth element bring a fresh feel to a rusting genre.

You don’t have to be a Riddick fanboy to know the roots of the plot.
Riddick isn’t portrayed as a brute or a dumbass, at some times he can be very philosophical.

The game definately has a great ammount of length; it’s two games in one for crying out loud!

The bad:

The game was completely betrayed by the inclusion of online play, however a new map pack is already available to download.

Trophy/ Achievements hunters will find hunting in this game like a knife through concrete. It’s gruelling stuff.

Summary:

If you put two and two together, most gamers, or those of a hardcore tendency, are mostly science fiction fans also. Though the fan base for the Riddick films isn’t exactly on a Star Wars scale, upon the announcement of Dark Athena, there was plenty of excitement for Atari’s newest hit, especially from fans of the film and veterans of the previous Riddick instalment; Escape from Butcher’s Bay on the original Xbox.

If anyone has watched the first Riddick film referred to as Pitch Black (a bit of a lacklustre horror survival films about a prison cruiser that crashes on a dead planet, stalked b...

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