Summary: Yeah so, this game came out in 2005, thats 6 years too late geez. It probably would have been flippin sweet back when the movie came out. This game has some pretty lackluster graphics even for PS2 standards. While learning the controls i never really felt like i was in control. It didn't seem to matter if i was carefully timing the moves or just button mashing as it kinda just fights the battles for you.
Summary: "The Matrix" has been great entertainment for years: I love the film trilogy, I enjoyed the companion tales of "The Animatrix", but more relevant I enjoyed the "Enter The Matrix" video game (it's a 4 out of 5). So when I popped in this disc, and eagerly awaited the next installment in this iconic world...I was stunned! CONCEPT Players will assume the role of Neo for the entire film trilogy. Half of the game revolves around key sequences (Morpheus' rescue, or Neo vs.
Summary: The path of Neo is a decent Matrix game with cool combat and gunplay but its really cheaply done. The burley brawl with the agents for example- What is this? You only fight seven agents and the others run away when you attack them. Its just agents running around doing nothing. It also gets worse. The end fight between Neo and Smith is okay but the last bit of the game? What was that? Its daft and annoying.
Summary: I recently brought this game, due to being a huge fan of the original matrix film and was expecting alot from it. Having played the first installment on the playstaion 2 'enter the matrix' and actually quite liking the game despite its flaws and the poor reviews it recieved, i felt now was the time for the matrix francise to step out of its rut and produce the first ever 90per cent scoreing title, how wrong i was to assume this.
Excerpt: bueno tiene buenos movimientos y wapos pero los espacios para jugar son pekeñisimos lo es peor es k es komo si fueran salas y en cada sala 20 enemigos y alguna k otra un enemigo mas fuerte (como un enemigo final) x eso es lo unico k no me ace mucha gracia este juego