The first ever gameplay video from Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena.
looks like the first game.....either it is in early build (yeah right)...a lazy job of a remake...or just simply footage from the first game.....*sigh*
it's just a port. they said only the textures are being built from the ground up. ehhh... been there played that.
as of price... it shouldn't be more than 50 bucks, well not even that... 40 bucks.
this game was good at its time i doubt it change that much. should be good to those that haven't played it
I haven't played the first game, so I might just pick this one up when it releases. :)
They created their own game engine when they made this game. They have improved that game engine to take advantage of the next gen systems. They will used the new improved version of the same game engine so it should look similar but have more details and better textures (hard to beleive since the first game was one of the best looking games on the xbox).
In the OXM that came in my mail today they said this game will come with both the Escape from Butcher Bay campaign as well as this new Assault on Dark Athena campaign. Also, the original Xbox version will never be backwards compatable.
Looks like fun. I'll probably rent it from Gamefly instead of buying it.
Is because they are making this game, and sales wouldnt be as high if new 360 owners could just buy a used $10 copy of the original.
I will buy it, its been so long since I played the original, should feel like a fresh experience.
i hope this aint whats coming to 360...cuz it wont be worth 60 or 50..maybe 40 and some change...
Ubi screwed over the FarCry fans, by forcing them to buy the 360 version, if they wanted to continue playing the game (and no longer had an XBOX). To sweeten the deal, they attempted to add some better visuals, and a little content.....but it was really just the same game, overall.
I bought it once and I'll be glad to buy it again! that game was so good.
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