I just finished Chronicles of Riddick Assault on Dark Athena, the sequel to 2004’s Escape from Butcher Bay. I’m very impressed, it has the same level of fun, with just increased graphics and some new weapons. The stealth elements are still very fun to play, and they gave plausible reasons why you wouldn’t have guns at the begining and middle parts.
So as I said in my last post, I stayed up late to watch Pitch Black and Chronicles of Riddick, I really enjoy Pitch Black and Chronicles for the way they make you care for this anti-hero who mostly seems to be out for himself, and begruginly manages to help out others. I think where Chronicles separates itself from Pitch Black, and possibly why it’s not so well recieved, is that Pitch Black seems a bit more grounded in some form of reality. Granted it takes place on another planet…read more
I rented the Chronicles of Riddick Assault on Dark Athena game and while playing it I remembered how much I love the character of Riddick and decided to stay up until 4 A.M. watching Pitch Black and Chronicles of Riddick. I forgot how much this movie rocks, there are so many greate scenes and fantastic special effects. I just now had to look up how the shoulder dislocation scene was done because of how real it looks, apparently it’s because Vin Diesel actually did it for the crew while holding…read more
This is one of the many bad movies I’ve watched over the last few days, and I won’t be spending much time on them. Babylon A.D. is set somewhere around 40 years in the future, where America has closed it’s borders for fear of terrorism and everywhere else is pretty much a warzone. Vin Diesel plays a retired U.S. Army something or other who is now a mercenary. He’s hired to take a woman from a convent to New York, but there is something special about this woman that everyone…read more