Excerpt: How Atari must have been laughing at the success of Enter the Matrix. Despite receiving a mauling in all but the most untrustworthy of publications, the game went on to sell millions of copies world wide. It seems that The Matrix is now destined to deliver mediocrity, with two sequels that failed to come anywhere close to the original movie, but surely the sequel to one of the most disappointing games of 2003 has to be a better gaming experience... doesn't it?
Excerpt: Are you "the One"? Not so sure? Then let me leave you with two choices: If you take the "blue pill," you stay in Kansas and you never find out whether the GiN crew gives this game the thumbs up or the thumbs down. You take the "red pill" and we break this game down brick by brick and find out how deep the rabbit-hole goes. Either way, I should probably have let you know by now that the Matrix already has you, so trust me.
Conclusion: is a worthwhile game adaptation of the trilogy and significantly better than Enter the Matrix. The only problem is that the game has many of its own flaws as well that prevent the game from being what fans truly deserved. There are many glitches in the gameplay and graphics alike that bring to mind questions about the production budget.
Excerpt: Was 1999 that long ago? Is the childlike joy that the movie-going public everywhere experienced upon seeing Keanu Reeves stop those bullets with his mind truly over half a decade old? Time works strangely in the real world, and much like in the actual plane of existence, time in the Matrix can exhibit strange properties.
Excerpt: Enter, The Matrix: Path of Neo. The Path of Neo takes the player on a grand compiled journey over the trilogy, all from Neo's point of view. The game begins with Neo sleeping at his computer and then meeting Morpheus for the first time in order to take the red pill. Before really getting into the meat of this game, the player is required to go through a number of training sessions.
Excerpt: Shiny Games dropped the ball with Enter the Matrix back in 2003. They rushed their product to meet the release date of Matrix Reloaded, and the flaws were evident in a game riddled with bugs and an awful design. Somehow the game still sold millions of copies and drove Shiny to create another Matrix video game. Sadly, Matrix: Path of Neo isn't much better than Enter the Matrix.