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The Matrix: Path of Neo

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Platform: Xbox
Tags: Action, Sci-Fi
Developer: Shiny Entertainment

Publisher
Region
Released
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11/07/2005
EU
11/11/2005

Staff Reviews

The Matrix: Path of Neo review (PlayStation 2)

Reviewed December 15, 2005

Zack Little says: "Granted, I’m not saying it’s the greatest game of the year, or the month, or even the week. It’s got problems…but it’s got strengths, too, and some damn good ones. You’ve got to look at it from a Blue Pill/Red Pill perspective. "
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