Reviews and Problems with Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena
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31 August 2013
Summary: Not quite as good as the first Riddick game, but still a very good FPS with a mix of melee and gunplay. Interesting story, good graphics and voice acting. I finished it in about 9 hours, not much point in playing it through again as there's not much in the way of side-quests, secondary objectives or...
Summary: You can't go wrong picking up Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena. While you might feel a little shorted on the single-player story for Dark Athena, your mood will soon improve when you realize that you can just boot up Butcher Bay and relive that experience.
Summary: I love RIDDICK. All the movies and all the games. Even if you don't, I think you can really enjoy these games. Two full single player games that are both fun. They are not perfect, but interesting that is for sure. The 1st game is a port, but it ports VERY well. The updated graphics look great.
Summary: Though the Riddick films are so under appreciated (it's a crime) I speak for real si-fi fans when I say that the Riddick series (video games included) is one of the greatest series of its genre.
Summary: I got this game recently in the bargain bin at a mere $12.00, and I must say that for a measly $12.00, this game was highly worth the purchase. I averaged for the final score, with me giving Butcher Bay an 8 and Dark Athena a 6.
Summary: The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena offers great value with the inclusion of Escape from Butcher Bay on the same disk! Once again, Swedish developer Starbreeze Studios (the Darkness) delivers an engaging mix of stealth & combat fps gameplay with a character, story & setting-driven...