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: 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.
You should Enter the Matrix, but a PC isn't the best place..
Master Clark, Amazon
25 July 2004
Summary: Enter the Matrix mainly follows events of Reloaded, from the perspective of 2 characters, Niobe and Ghost. Gunplay, Driving, Adventure and the trademark Bullet Time & Kung Fu, all feature here, but some aspects where done better than others. Choose which character you want to be at the start of the game (Niobe or Ghost), and while the storylines do differ for each, some areas are the same for both characters which can be something of a disappointment.
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.
Summary: Enter the matrix was one of those games you,thats before you buy it,thought would have really been cool,i mean come on who would have thought that atari would have spent so many millions(i think it was over 30 but i am not sure)on a video game and got the original actors of the film and have exclusive video of scenes from the film which they did not show in the film.Now that alone would make any gamer want to buy it.After you buy it though prepare for a shock.It sucks.I...
Summary: I have to say it, this game is dissapointing. Why did this have to happen when the movie was great? Well, anyway, this is a third person shooter and just that. If not for the Matrix license I would have given it a 1. The graphics are full of jaggies and just plain laughable movements. There are a few shiny surfaces that attract my eye but that's where the good stuff ends.
Summary: While it does contain some interesting story elements, and tie-ins to both the movie series, and the Animatrix, this is one game that could use some major improvements. The game LOOKS good. It really does. It calls up the bullet tracking, the agents' impresive dodging, and (abandoned?) general eye candy factors of the original movie, which is a plus. Things still have a new, and not quite so 'played out' feel to them.
Summary: The movie....was fasinating and one of the best action movies of all time. The game was......well lets just not as great. Enter the Matrix was a great idea for a game but Shiny did a rushed job on this could be a master piece. With Enter the Matrix there are a lot of problems. First of all the graphics I found terrible. In the car scenes the car was so blocky. They looked like PSone graphics.