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At first hand, 'Enter the Matrix' (EtM) sounds like one of the more interesting film tie ins. Developed at the same time as the last two Matrix films, with input from the Wachowski brothers as well as other Matrix personnel, it should have shaped up to be something a bit special. Like my ... Read review
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Platform:Windows NTManufacturer:Namco BandaiGenre:action-games

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Enter the Matrix (Xbox)

Enter the Matrix (Xbox)

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game adaptation of the films but a whole new
chapter in the Matrix saga. Indeed, the best thing
about Enter The Matrix is the way it seamlessly
connects with the three films, for although it's
based on none of them directly, it allows you to
play the role of either Niobe or Ghost (minor
characters from The Matrix Reloaded) while running
into the likes of Neo, Morpheus and Agent Smith as
the game's story unfolds. Not only that but the
story, as well as all the exclusive video footage,
is written and directed by the films' creators,
the Wachowski brothers. The game itself is,
somewhat predictably, a third-person shoot-'em-up
not at all dissimilar to a more balletic version
of Max Payne. It's somewhat surprising though, for
such a high-profile game, to find the graphics are
actually a little below par and the controls
somewhat clunky, but generally it all looks and
plays pretty well with all the classic
Matrix-style slow-motion acrobatics relatively
easy to pull off. Easily the best bits of the game
are the on-foot chase sequences, usually involving
agents, which are actually rather tense and a
great way to show off all the running and leaping
powers you've mastered in the rest of the game.
The worst bits are the car chases, especially if
you play as Niobe and have to put up with the
terrible car handling, instead of just hanging out
the window and shooting as Ghost. Still, this is a
decent game overall which, although unlikely to
win any awards in itself, is sure to please most
Matrix fans. --David Jenkins

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Enter The Matrix (Xbox Classics)

Enter The Matrix (Xbox Classics)

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game adaptation of the films but a whole new
chapter in the Matrix saga. Indeed, the best thing
about Enter The Matrix is the way it seamlessly
connects with the three films, for although it's
based on none of them directly, it allows you to
play the role of either Niobe or Ghost (minor
characters from The Matrix Reloaded) while running
into the likes of Neo, Morpheus and Agent Smith as
the game's story unfolds. Not only that but the
story, as well as all the exclusive video footage,
is written and directed by the films' creators,
the Wachowski brothers. The game itself is,
somewhat predictably, a third-person shoot-'em-up
not at all dissimilar to a more balletic version
of Max Payne. It's somewhat surprising though, for
such a high-profile game, to find the graphics are
actually a little below par and the controls
somewhat clunky, but generally it all looks and
plays pretty well with all the classic
Matrix-style slow-motion acrobatics relatively
easy to pull off. Easily the best bits of the game
are the on-foot chase sequences, usually involving
agents, which are actually rather tense and a
great way to show off all the running and leaping
powers you've mastered in the rest of the game.
The worst bits are the car chases, especially if
you play as Niobe and have to put up with the
terrible car handling, instead of just hanging out
the window and shooting as Ghost. Still, this is a
decent game overall which, although unlikely to
win any awards in itself, is sure to please most
Matrix fans. --David Jenkins

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Enter the Matrix (GameCube)

Enter the Matrix (GameCube)

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game adaptation of the films but a whole new
chapter in the Matrix saga. Indeed, the best thing
about Enter The Matrix is the way it seamlessly
connects with the three films, for although it's
based on none of them directly, it allows you to
play the role of either Niobe or Ghost (minor
characters from The Matrix Reloaded) while running
into the likes of Neo, Morpheus and Agent Smith as
the game's story unfolds. Not only that but the
story, as well as all the exclusive video footage,
is written and directed by the films' creators,
the Wachowski brothers. The game itself is,
somewhat predictably, a third-person shoot-'em-up
not at all dissimilar to a more balletic version
of Max Payne. It's somewhat surprising though, for
such a high-profile game, to find the graphics are
actually a little below par and the controls
somewhat clunky, but generally it all looks and
plays pretty well with all the classic
Matrix-style slow-motion acrobatics relatively
easy to pull off. Easily the best bits of the game
are the on-foot chase sequences, usually involving
agents, which are actually rather tense and a
great way to show off all the running and leaping
powers you've mastered in the rest of the game.
The worst bits are the car chases, especially if
you play as Niobe and have to put up with the
terrible car handling, instead of just hanging out
the window and shooting as Ghost. Still, this is a
decent game overall which, although unlikely to
win any awards in itself, is sure to please most
Matrix fans. --David Jenkins

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Enter the matrix - XBOX - PAL

Enter the matrix - XBOX - PAL

Platforms: Xbox

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Community Level 6TheDuke

TheDuke

Take the BLUE pill.

AdvantagesMore Matrix story, exclusive extra footage, sounds and music taken from the films.

DisadvantagesEverything else is pants.

"At first hand, 'Enter the Matrix' (EtM) sounds like one of the more interesting film tie ins. Developed at the same time as the last two Matrix films, with input from the Wachowski brothers as well as other Matrix personnel, it should have shaped up to be something a bit special. Like my attempts at cooking, the result does not do justice to the ingredients used. The game takes place at the same time as Matrix Reloaded and just after the Animatrix ..." Read review
05.03.2005

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Community Level 2azizur

azizur

Non-diehard Matrix fans need not apply

AdvantagesA reasonably good addition to the Matrix franchise, expands the story behind the final two films of the trilogy

DisadvantagesA tad overpriced, doesn't really give you the feel of the movies, and not a brilliant game, either

"...Animatrix, the PC version of Enter The Matrix, and will in all probability be purchasing The Matrix Online when it comes out late this year. Oh, and as a writer, my work is quite Matrix-influenced. Anyway, to get to the point: I had watched The Matrix Reloaded in the cinema a month earlier, and decided to buy Enter The Matrix for the PC at the princely sum of forty quid, the most I have ever spent on a video game, and more than I'd even have thought ..." Read review
19.06.2004

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Community Level 6DBZKing

DBZKing

What is the Matrix? No one knows... Review with images

Advantagesgood moves, good slow motion

Disadvantagescan get repeditive

"...CHEAT 1DDF2556. Effect: How To Enter A Cheat When: Hacking System How: First of all enter cheat.exe to activate cheats. Then the cheat you want, in this case more ammo you type cheat 1dd2556.exe. LINKS TO HELP YOU www.whatisthematrix.com thats all i know... MY POINT OF VIEW I think this is a good game overal, but it can get boring after a long period of time, this is a good game for hardcore Matrix fans, but I would just stick with ..." Read review
24.05.2004

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Community Level 2Legolas2

Legolas2

In the war to save Zion what part will you play?

AdvantagesBrilliand graphics and sound

DisadvantagesYou can only play with 2 characters

"...action and adventure. I bought Enter the Matrix about 1 and ˝ years ago. I was so excited when I first got it and I went straight into the game. It was quite difficult at some points and some of the levels gave me a fright. I finished the game and put it away. I eventually sold it and after a couple of months I wanted to play it again, so I went to my friend who had it and didn't want it anymore and bought it ever since. *******Graphics******* I ..." Read review
09.05.2005

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Community Level 2CloudRuler

CloudRuler

Enter the Matrix

AdvantagesSound

DisadvantagesEverything else

"Enter the Matrix begins where 'Final Flight of the Osiris' (an Animatrix film) ends and joins up with Matrix Reloaded once into the game. You play as either Niobe or Ghost with your first task being to retrieve a package from a post office which as you'll expect isn't as simple as it sounds. The appeal of the game, at least to me, was the fight style combined with bullet time. Unfortunately the game does not pull off either particularly well. ..." Read review
13.09.2008

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Now's your chance to take the red pill for real and Enter The Matrix--not simply a video game adaptation of the films but a whole new chapter in the Matrix saga. Indeed, the best thing about Enter The Matrix is the way it seamlessly connects with the three films, for although it's based on none of them directly, it allows you to play the role of either Niobe or Ghost (minor characters from The Matrix Reloaded) while running into the likes of Neo, Morpheus and Agent Smith as the game's story unfolds. Not only that but the story, as well as all the exclusive video footage, is written and directed by the films' creators, the Wachowski brothers.The game itself is, somewhat predictably, a third-person shoot-'em-up not at all dissimilar to a more balletic version of Max Payne. It's somewhat surprising though, for such a high-profile game, to find the graphics are actually a little below par and the controls somewhat clunky, but generally it all looks and plays pretty well with all the classic Matrix-style slow-motion acrobatics relatively easy to pull off.Easily the best bits of the game are the on-foot chase sequences, usually involving agents, which are actually rather tense and a great way to show off all the running and leaping powers you've mastered in the rest of the game. The worst bits are the car chases, especially if you play as Niobe and have to put up with the terrible car handling, instead of just hanging out the window and shooting as Ghost. Still, this is a decent game overall which, although unlikely to win any awards in itself, is sure to please most Matrix fans. --David Jenkins Enter the Matrix is the story behind the story. It features awesome gunplay, spectacular martial arts, insane driving, breathtaking stunts and the chance to pilot an incredibly fast hovercraft. This game isn't just set in the Matrix universe--it's an integral part of the entire Matrix experience, weaving in and out of the highly anticipated second instalment of the franchise, The Matrix Reloaded.

Product details

Age 15+
Publisher Atari
Genre Shooter
Sub Genre Third Person Shooter
Release Date 15th May 2003
EAN 3546430105610; 3546430110096
Operating System Windows XP / NT / 98 / Me

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