Conclusion: After all the hype and attention Enter the Matrix has received the simple question would have to be; did it live up to the hype? The answer is no. This game is not the revolutionary, all around fun we were hoping it would be but it is still a solid title.
Excerpt: is Atari’s $30 million development cost game, developed by Shiny Entertainment, that promises fast action and insight into some of the back-story to The Matrix Reloaded. It actually delivers on these promises.
Excerpt: Enter the Matrix is one of the most unique games that comes from a movie. For one, the Wachowskis are the ones that made the story and came up with how the game would be told. So when you hear that the game is short, it wasn't Shinys doing because it was how the Wachowskis wanted it.
Excerpt: By now much of the initial hype surrounding the Matrix franchise has died down. Now that the mystery surrounding The Matrix Reloaded has disappeared, demand for the latest film-to-game cash-in property, Enter the Matrix , has declined as well.
Excerpt: After a fantastic opening, and a confusing but extremely interesting ending, “The Matrix Reloaded” had fans from across the world realizing that there was even more to this trilogy than meets the eye.
Conclusion: Matrix Reloaded). This creates a better-than-average level of replayability. While playing through as Ghost, Niobe often drops in or performs some kind of action to help Ghost’s progression. Then playing as Niobe the second time through you get to see things from her point of view.
Excerpt: "This is a war, and we are soldiers. What if tomorrow, the war could be over? Isn’t that worth fighting for? Isn’t that worth dying for?"
Whether you like it or not, The Matrix has become one of the most significant movies of the past decade.
Excerpt: Enter the Matrix is a movie port. Meaning that this game is an extension of the movie. It will explain more of the scenes and will add something to your movie experience. I strongly suggest you see the movie first because there are some major spoilers in the game.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Enter the Matrix is just unfinished, plain and simple. It had the potential to be great. It has some awesome moments, but just falls short in too many areas to be anywhere near great.
Summary: Take a renowned gaming studio, toss in a major movie license with a story written by the directors of the intellectual property, add in a heavy helping of the hype machine, set the blender to high and chances are you’ll get the indecipherable, lackadaisical mess that is Shiny and Atari’s Enter the...