Conclusion: The Matrix was a great film, which borrowed as many ideas as it invented, and although the philosophy behind it was nowhere near as clever as it thought it was, the movie became a modern cult classic. Two so-so sequels later, the Matrix Cult is still growing. Soon, we'll have the new Path of Neo on the XBOX 360... yummy! Let's hope that the vile swine who made Enter the Matrix are locked in tiny steel cages while the new game is being made!
Conclusion: Whoever said this game was an upset on the hype must have been on extremely go easy on stupid games pills. This game not only was an upset but disgusting let down to all the avid fans of the movies. It was truly horrible. My hard earned money was wasted on this poor excuse for anything. I was emotionally broken after finding out the sulliment of my favourite film by this reckless phone-in job of a video game.
Conclusion: Enter The Matrix: How Deep Does The Rabbit hole Go? (Yet another Review) The sad fact is; for every cool and fun thing in this game there is something else that is lame and sloppy. The entire game lacks polish. Your enjoyment of game will depend on how much of the "slop" you are willing to ignore. I am sure many Matrix fans will enjoy the story and distinct Matrix environment but others should take a pass on this game.
The Ninja Master Chief "-Play it right, play ..., Amazon
21 March 2004
Summary: The matrix. A great movie. A grand movie. Enter the Matrix? Find the exit quick. Fortunately, you can be told how bad this game is, you don't have to see it for yourself. This game is a dissapointment. The movie was so great, hype surounded the game, it came out, people were fooled. Bad graphics + glitches + bad control = bad game. If you have twenty bucks then simply buy a tom clancy game (splinter cell, ghost recon) or for ten bucks more get Halo.
Poor gameplay and a terrible ending doom this game.
Anthony Sunclades, Amazon
20 February 2004
Summary: This game was so disappointing that it is the reason that I will not buy a video game based on a movie again. I know that this game was made by the Wachowski brothers while making the last two films, but the game feels pasted together. You play as wither NIobbe or Ghost an attempt to complete certain missions.
Summary: OK, when I first got this game i was amazed at how fun it was, then, i realized how repetitave it got. The "bullet-time" or w/e is a pretty cool thing, and the levels are big. The only thing wrong? Everything Else. The moves you can pull are very limited and repetitive. Guns keep appearing the same too. In the game you can play as two charectors, Ghost and Niobe. It seems, they only worked on Niobe's levels, and they arn't even that great.
Like the Matrix? Like cr@ppy controls? Get ready for this!
Brasington "johnsan50", Amazon
3 January 2004
Summary: The girls (Jada and Bellucci) kiss. That is cool. Once you see that, just stop. Just to let you know how awful the controls are, on the XBOX version, the fire button is the little black peripheral button. No, not the trigger--that little one you use for your lights in HALO. God. The genius who configured this mess ought to have his shins slapped by baseball bats all day long. This whole game is about as responsive as a plastic sled on gravel. But the chicks do kiss.
Summary: Someone got me this as a birthday present - and I'm glad I didn't spend the money on it myself. If you REALLY REALLY like the Matrix, I'm sure you will enjoy the game, but it is pretty easy and the plot line is almost non-existant. Some of the slow motion moves are fun - but they get old after awhile. Bottom line... save your money for something better.
Summary: THe problem with this game is that, once beaten with both characters, you really lose interest in plaing it again. Most games at least peak a little interest after not playing them for a while. Not the case with this one. Enter the Matrix was nowhere as good as Max Payne. Too much hype for the game.