Summary: The Matrix changed the way we looked at movies and changed american cinema for good. One would think that the game based on such a culture changing movie would be just as good. Unfortunately, that's not the case here with Enter The Matrix. Enter The Matrix follows the path of two of the lesser characters from the movies, Niobe and Ghost. They pilot a ship called The Logos which is the smallest and fastest in the fleet.
Summary: As almost everyone knows, the Matrix was a kickasss movie. This game however, is not. Single Player -4/5 Red Pill, Blue Pill Ghost, Niobe. Which will you take, and which is better. If you are good at driving games, pick Niobe, if not, or you don't know what to pick, pick Ghost. For first timers i suggest Ghost, as you won't have to worry about where you are driving, and you'll jsut have to worry about the shooting.
Summary: This outrageously fun game is a great addition to the Matrix franchise. Even though the controls are a little loose, the game's great graphics, storyline, and sound more than make up for it. The fact that you can't play as Neo is a slight drawback, but overall, the game is great and will have you jacked in to the Matrix for hours.
Summary: This game can be summed up in two words: MISSED OPPORTUNITY. Yeah, I gave it a 4, but it could have been a lot better if they had taken their time on it. Now don't get me wrong, this was a fun game. The cool factor of being in the Matrix world was incredibly awesome, and the bullet-time combat was pretty cool, but needed a little improvement.
Summary: I wasted my money on this game hoping that it was going to be, awsome, but all I got was a big frown. It has some cool action scenes but it just make you want to paly it again, unlike RATCHET&CLANK, it is a very good game, you should play it.
Summary: you have plenty of guns, lots of levels, movie-like foootages, slow- motion, and Matrix-quality moves (running along walls). but for some reason, i was a little disappointed. but not every game has to be "ABSOLUTE #1." this game is pretty cool, in my opinion.
Summary: Finding a game that had more hype than Enter the Matrix is next to impossible. In fact, the hype was so big, that it would be inconcievable to expect this game to live up to the expectations. But never has a game with so much hype been so under par. This game has the stink of a game that was rushed out the door alongside the movie. Every element seems to have the potential to be fun, but it never feels fluid. It feels more like rust.