Top 40 Games From 2004

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22. The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay

I am not typically a fan of Vin Diesel movies, but the man himself is pretty cool, especially when it comes to gaming. As an avid Dungeons & Dragons fan, Vin wanted to make the movie tie-in game as great as possible. Escape From Butcher Bay did just that, combining a first person shooter with third person elements, thrown-in stealth and action-adventure mechanics using the abilities of the movie character Riddick. A bold take for a licensed movie game.