Summary: I keep seeing honest reviews on this site and then within an hour someone goes and gives a 5 star review which incidentally focuses on all of the same attributes that the press release focuses on. I for one, find this suspect. What gamers really put so much stock in the story?
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.
Excerpt: I loved the Matrix films. When this game came out I was expecting a lot. Unfortunately I was disappointed. The game is a rush job trying to get released to earn as much money as possible without thinking about us the consumer. They really have skimped on every aspect of the game.
Summary: First of all, I must tell you that this game is worse than bad. You would be foolish to buy it. Nothing has sickened me more than having to pay for a game which has been rushed out to meet a demand.
Yeah everybody likes it, and the everybody are blind
13 May 2005
Summary: If you don't care about graphics, story, realism, or sound you'll love this game. Here is the truth. The graphics are clunky, the wall textures bland, and ugly (some belong on the PS1), and when driving or rail shooting out of a car, the enviorement is so bad, it looks like they spend a whole minute...
Summary: I had a dream that I was stuck in this world where a bunch of people were trying to cram overly pretensious BS about whether or not this world was real and flashing eye popping SFX in my face to dazzle me but it was only to make it easier for them to raffle thru my pockets.
Summary: What is to say about this [weak] excuse for a video game? NOTHING! It's possibly the most boring game I've ever played, and when you use cheats it FREEZES! Not fun. You just go around shooting people and finding doors.
Summary: I was really looking forward to Reloaded, Revolutions and this. Being an avid games player I was really itching to run around the "real" world, taking care of the police, dodging agents and jumping in mid-air whilst firing two Uzis in bullet time. And I got my wish with Streets of LA a year later.