Enter The Matrix

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Merciless Agents stalk your every move. You'll dodge their bullets. Defy gravity. Break all the rules. Explore the hidden depths of the massive dreamworld that has enslaved the human race. How far down does the rabbit hole go? Are you ready to find out? Are you ready to Enter the Matrix? 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. Enter the Matrix was developed under the creative direction of Matrix filmmakers Larry and Andy Wachowski. The unprecedented level of collaboration between Hollywood's hottest filmmakers and the award-winning Shiny Entertainment team promises to make Enter the Matrix a truly unique gaming experience.


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ESRB Rating: T (Teen)

Game Genre: Action/Adventure

Maximum Number of Players: 1


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Product Title: Enter The Matrix

Manufacturer: Atari

Lowest Price: $5.79 from Rakuten.com Marketplace

Power Score: 3.6 | 8 Reviews


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Atari Enter The Matrix Review

Strengths: gameplay, sounds, modes and more!

Weakness: No NEO

OK this game is awesome! If you like the old fashioned focus on, shoot/kick/punch the crud out of police/agents/or a civilion then this is your game! You start out as either Ghost or Niobe,(no NEO):( You get a weapon and you can kick or punch. Your in a post office and you can focus and beat people up or shoot them!You can even quit the mission and hack on the game! You get various weapons! And...
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By da_man3498 - Nov 14, 2005

Enter the Matrix

Strengths: The game is realistic and captures the movie perfectly, also the strength of the characters was amazing!

Weakness: The loading time was a bit long, and learning the controls to shoot was confusing.

Enter the Matrix was a satisfying game for me for many reasons. When playing a character, their stealth and power came in handy. I thought the game many times had showed humor that added to my experience of playing. Although the game was very technical with controls for various things, I found that the martial arts combined with special effects enhanced gameplay. I would recommend this game for...
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By coolfan - Jul 22, 2005

Thats all?!

Strengths: short

Weakness: weak graphics

To Ataris credit, this game was a bit fun. You could do neat little tricks like cartwheeling while blasting away your enemies, cool hand to hand combat moves, and of course, do it all in slow motion. But the fun ended shortly, just like the game. The game quickly got repeditive. There was only a small number of moves in your aresenal, and once you used them a couple of times, it got boring. And,...
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By electrictroy - Jul 22, 2005

This game has all the trappings of...

Strengths: Interesting info regarding Matrix storyline

Weakness: Game controls

This game has all the trappings of a great game, but for me it doesn’t deliver 100%. I do like the game, don’t get me wrong, but the execution is a little odd for me. The main issue I have with the game is the odd floating feeling of controlling your main character coupled with what feels like button mashing to attack your enemies. I have not yet really gotten a feel for this game and most of...
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By mrtwo - Jan 21, 2005

Enter The Matrix

Ever since The Matrix hit back in 1999, gamers the world over have been frothing for a chance to play a video game based on the film’s mythos. Now their chance arrives in Enter the Matrix. Enter the Matrix is the first (but not last) based on Andy and Larry Watchowskis’ film series. The game features a brand new story, written by the Wachowskis themselves, which runs parallel to the events...
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By GameZone - Jun 17, 2003

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