If you never had the pleasure of playing The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay, you really need to consider picking up The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena later in 2009. It'll come with a revamped high-definition version of the EfBB adventure, plus an all-new 10-hour single-player campaign. In this new behind-the-scenes trailer, Tigon Studios' head of production, Ian Stevens, talks about what we can expect from this remake/sequel. You also get a great look at the gameplay, which we distinctly recall from one of the best titles of 2004. Next-gen gamers will also receive online multiplayer and an even deeper experience with Assault on Dark Athena.
12/10/2008 Ben Dutka