Summary: It was a great game. Night and Day compared to "Enter the Matrix" It took a little bit for the game to get going but once it did you were off. The ending took me by surprise and that's why it doesn't get five stars. Overall, fun game well worth what I paid for it.
Summary: Excellent game. The action is non-stop, and the story is well adapted from the movies. I did feel that some of the missions from outside of the movies were a tad weird and possibly the result of too much acid, but it was still really fun. The hardcore Matrix fans will love it up until the final 1/3rd of the game. After that, it goes way out there and never comes back.
Summary: I gotta hand it to the Wachowskis--they know marketing. I mean, if you don't play "Enter The Matrix", you miss out on why Niobe and Ghost decide to stay behind with the Neb, and why as a result Commander Lock was so mad at Niobe. If you don't watch "The Animatrix" and the sequence "Flight of the Osiris", you miss out on how Zion got word of the Sentinel attack.
Summary: I did not really have so high hopes for this game, but still it is always fun to use your kung-fu in slow motion. Anyway, the game starts of with a challenge that will test your skills and match the difficulty accordingly. I started with Normal, and that was just right for me. Now I'm playing "The one path (Hard)" and it is really hard.
Summary: Hey, what can i say? THIS game is much more like what the first game should've been. This game is not linear as other reviewer(s) have suggested. Yes, it follows a VERY familliar story-line for fans of the series. But, this program allows you to act out some of the BEST battles that NEO had to offer within the trilogy. The way they meshed the movie bits with a new perspective was very nice. 600 DIFFERENT ATTACKS! I think that's incredible.
Summary: There have only been a couple of matrix games made ENTER THE MATRIX which was mediocore and THE MATRIX ONLINE which has not proven to be something all that great. But with the Path of Neo there is success. PLaying as neo is truly awsome the amount of pain you dish out is awsome and the moves you pull off will leave you in awe. The game has a lot going for it mainly you play as neo.
Summary: Okay, here's the deal. The Matrix Path of Neo is awesome in some places but in others can get very old or just very annoying. The training programs for example, personaly I thought that the training programs lasted way to long. They just got very repetitive. And the part that I really hate with a passion is when the Merovingian puts you inside this maze type thing.
Summary: Path of Neo is certainly an interesting take on the Matrix films, of which the third film is non-existent save for the "Battle of the Gods" scene, but then I'm not complaining about that. The fighting is by far and away the best part of Path of Neo, it's some of the best fighting I've seen in a videogame. It's almost seamless the entire time. There is but one attack button, and a stun button which serves essentially as a modifier button.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
13 November 2005
Summary: You can almost feel like the world is a bit saturated with Matrix-related stuff. Still, this game is quite fun to play and features newly re-mixed video. The Wachowski Brothers personally worked on this game, and recombined video segments from the movies to build new sequences for the game.