Summary: I have to say this is probably the most overhyped game ever released and in no way did it live up to the hype generated before its release, which only made things worse. Sure, the graphics are good and it has a lot of features.
"Unfortunately, no one can be told how bad this game is"
24 November 2003
Summary: You can play as either Niobe (Morpheus' former lover) or the Kirkegaard-quoting Ghost (her gunner aboard the Logos, who (in one of the game's only humorous moments, identifies onanism as his personal philosophy).
Summary: Don't do it. Don't waste your money on this dog. I could not believe how terrible the graphics looked and how terribly the game controls were. I would not care if they somehow managed to put the whole Matrix reloaded movie into the game, still doesn't make up for the fact that you buy a game to play...
Summary: The graphics make the original quake look state of the art. Disappointing on every level. A sham and a travesty. Postall 2 is a better game and it's the worst game i'd thought i'd ever seen. Robbery. The bright side: combat is amusing for a while (22 minutes), otherwise no points at all.
Summary: Should you get this game? The best answer is yes and no. For a Matrix fan this is a no brainer ~ your going to force yourself to put up with all of the game's faults. Not a die hard Matrix fan? Then your not going to miss much here. Some things to consider... 1. This is a bad version of Max Payne.
Summary: I am a giant fan of the Matrix series. I've already seen Reloaded three times, but Enter the Matrix is just another example of software developers rushing the release of a game to coincide with the movie release. It's not that the game is horrible, its just that it isn't finished yet.
Excerpt: Enter the Matrix begins where 'Final Flight of the Osiris' (an Animatrix film) ends and joins up with Matrix Reloaded once into the game. You play as either Niobe or Ghost with your first task being to retrieve a package from a post office which as you'll expect isn't as simple as it sounds.
Excerpt: At first hand, 'Enter the Matrix' (EtM) sounds like one of the more interesting film tie ins. Developed at the same time as the last two Matrix films, with input from the Wachowski brothers as well as other Matrix personnel, it should have shaped up to be something a bit special.
Cons: "Cars with square fricking wheels! Pants! Avoid!"
Summary: I had such high hopes for this... I really wanted it to be the game worthy of the Matrix name. What I wanted wasn't too much to ask? Sort of a cross between Max Payne and Deus Ex, set in the universe we've come to love. This is not that game.