“ Genre: Action / Rating: T - (Teen) / 1 player / published by: Atari „
once you have got to grips with this game and got to the post office level you can pretty much stop there. The post office bit is by far one of the most fun and really made this game feel like the matrix i loved from the film.
Why i love this part of the game so much is on part of this level you can stay in the same spot for ages and have just easyish guards come up and try to fight with you one after another a constant queue of fighters. i was in my element and breaking out every single move in the book, running up walls, slow mo the lot to such a effect it did feel like being in the matrix itself.
i did love it so much i think i stayed fighting in that section for over an hour or more. Just the way the hand to hand combat felt and since no over game out there did this, this at the time was mind blowing.
If you want to know why I believe this to be the case then take the red pill and let's see how deep this rabbit hole goes.Overall I was impressed by the games performance. On my setup up with the latest P4 processor two years ago, the game runs perfectly with no visible slow down and has a decent frame rate for most of the time, but then being designed for console specs I wouldn't have imagined anything other than a smooth experience! I played the game at the highest resolution it had to offer with no impact on performance even when all the display options were put to the highest settings. However I must stress again that this game will not push your system to the limit unless it is a fairly old system you are running.
The game revolves around two characters who feature in the new Reloaded film but have a very small role to play in it. Play the game however and you discover that the role of these characters is very important to the whole Matrix story. Again why they weren't competent enough to put these minor details in the films is beyond me, ok it's not *that* much but anyway...The two characters in question are named Niobe and Ghost and are played by "real actors" who perform "real stunts" with Niobe being played by none other than Mrs. Jada "Will Smith" Pinkett. Woohooo! You are sent on several missions that link together with the film, such as retrieving a package that shows the human city of Zion is about to be attacked by the machines, the
The weapons in the game are fairly varied with sniper rifles, automatics and even a samurai sword.The sounds are generally good, all the music and the sound effects from the film are here...
Warning to the readers : If you haven't got a clue about The Matrix Trilogy you might as well stop reading this and look at some other reviews because this is a very, very average game in the fashion of most movie tie in's.LOL...
Enter the Matrix features awesome gunplay and spectacular martial arts that bend the rules of the Matrix, insane driving and stunts, and the chance to pilot the fastest hovercraft in the fleet. This game isn't just set in the Matrix universe-it's an integral part of the entire Matrix experience, with a story that weaves in and out of The Matrix: Reloaded, the sequel to the Academy Award-winner. Enter the Matrix is the story-behind-the-story.