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Black/Matrix 2

Black/Matrix 2 (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Strategy
Developer: Flight Plan

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Released
JP
03/28/2002
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Reader Reviews

Black/Matrix 2 review

Reviewed June 23, 2005

nuts4cowboybutts says: "The original Black Matrix was a great game in each of it's forms, whether you played it on Sega Saturn, PSX, Dreamcast, or even on the Gameboy Advance. It wasn't anything revolutionary as far as turn-based strategy RPGs went, but the art style, storyline, characters, and unique setting garnered it attention it probably wouldn't have had otherwise. It's tale of angels vs devils was strongly and violently portrayed with not a single polygon to mar it's beautiful 2D presentation; not one lifeless..."
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