Aeropause Review: Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena

When Escape from Butcher's Bay came out in 2004, everyone figured that the game was a quick cash-in to market the Riddick brand, with Vin Diesel gaining an Executive Producer credit to make a few extra bucks. However, it turned the licensed game model on its head giving the player an outstanding gaming experience, while expanding the Riddick universe. Step forward five years and now we have Assault on Dark Athena, originally an expansion of the first Riddick game, but it developed into its own game, and while it has some adventurous moments, it never seems to capture the vibe of the original game, instead heading towards the realm of standard FPS shooter.

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