Summary: I absolutley love this game.It has to be one of my favorite games of all time.I know there have been all kinds of negative reviews about this game.Alot of people complain of glitches and it not being "finished".There are a few minor glitches,but none that I couldn't look past.People also have...
Summary: I hate it when every one of you go "Dis game is nothing comp@R3D TO THE MOVIE! HAR-HAR-HAR!" I loved this game. Not as good as the movie, but by a short hair. GAMEPLAY: 10/10 Great slo-mo action, and You can play as either Ghost or Niobe. They both rock. :)!
Summary: This game is hot, its based on the movie"The matrix Reloaded".There is even an agent smith...but im not going to tell u much more of that. I suggest u get this game. it has fairly good grapics and good AI.
Summary: I rented this game first and I had to go buy it because it is just too good. If you didn't like the Matrix movie, don't buy this game, but if you did -- Definitely want to keep this one along with your the Matrix movie collection. This game contains the Naobi/Goast side of the movie.
Summary: In most videogame magazines, Enter the Matrix (ETM) received mediocre scores, most of them in the 50%-60% range. The reason for these scores, the writers attest, is that the game is "glitchy, filled with bugs, unpolished, and just feels unfinished.
Summary: This game is created at the same time as Reloaded and Revolutions and written as the 1.51~2.99 of the trilogy(1.5 = animatrix). What's special about this movie-game is this: all other movie-games are purely a re-implementation of the movie's story into a game.
Summary: This game is definetly worth your money and I believe if you are looking for a game to buy and play all summer, it will have to be Enter The Matrix. The graphics are quite amazing and are very satisfying to the average gamer. Focus mode is quite possibly one of the best features in the game.
Summary: At first, I was apprehensive of playing this title. Most of the time, games based from movies, TV shows, and cartoons are nowhere near the same calibre as that of originals. They're just a way for the companies that franchise the name to make a quick buck.