Thunderbolt writes: "As the GameCube and Xbox have been laid to rest and the PS2 is in her final hours, we take a look at some of the best games from last generation, and consider how they've held up a few years down the line:
The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay (2004 - Xbox, PC)
Who would have expected a game starring Vin Diesel would have become one of the most progressive, immersive and utterly enjoyable First-Person Shooters of its generation? A deft fusion Metal Gear Solid and Deus Ex taking place in David Twohy's superb Riddick universe, Butcher Bay perfectly encapsulates its protagonist's primal aggression in a darkly beautiful and foreboding setting. It also boasts tremendous production values and outstanding graphics that could with little work easily belong on the Xbox 360."