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Enter the Matrix

Enter the Matrix (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Action
Developer: Shiny Entertainment
More Platforms: GameCube, Xbox

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
05/15/2003
EU
05/14/2003
JP
06/19/2003

Staff Reviews

Enter the Matrix review (Xbox)

Reviewed October 03, 2003

Jason Venter says: "To be fair, the Focus idea is cool. It's a great way to put the player in control of what feels almost like a superhuman character. In this one regard, the game succeeds. The problem is that there's not much to do with it. You're just doing the same thing you were before, but now everything isn't as fast and visibility is low. There aren't suddenly more opponents and the environments don't suddenly morph to the point where they're interesting."
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Reader Reviews

Enter the Matrix review

Reviewed April 24, 2004

denouement says: "You want to be Neo. Let’s face it, that’s why millions of people bought this game and tens of millions more flocked to see The Matrix Reloaded the first week it came out. The grace, the power, and the seeming invincibility of Neo and his comrades are attractive; who wouldn’t want to be able to run along walls and leap across yawning chasms? Moreover, who could resist doing that while dressed in an outrageous black leather trenchcoat with combat boots? It’s pleasing to imagine that we coul..."
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Enter the Matrix review

Reviewed April 24, 2004

gbness says: "I believe at least 90% of gamers out there in the world know about how bad movie-based games are. Just take a look at the Harry Potter games for crying out loud, and the Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. Examples like these tell us about the heinous atrocity that we get from playing such games. And then there was this, Enter the Matrix. The game is based off of The Matrix: Reloaded, in which I think was a pretty awesome movie, even though I've personally never watched the movie myse..."
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Enter the Matrix Reviews Around the Internet

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AVG
5.8

External Site
Rating
7/10

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