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.
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...
Summary: "While it is nice to see the movie makers getting involved on the filming side and through the , even I as a DVD lover have to say the video quality there is quite poor too, I was expecting anamorphic widescreen for a game like this, but alas it wasn’t to be.
Pros: Well directed movie scenes, Some good fight sequences
Cons: Dodgy Script, Too Short, First Gen PS 2 Graphics, Don't expect the stars to be in it long
Summary: Qui n’a pas entendu parler de ce titre, prétendu révolutionnaire, depuis ces derniers mois ? Avec l’arrivée des suites d’un des films les plus marquants, il fallait se douter que la licence serait exploitée.
Pros: De belles cinématiques, Des musiques sympas, Une bonne histoire
Cons: Un gampeplay dépassé, Aucune inovation, Une I.A horrible