The Matrix: Path of Neo (2005)

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Play as Neo and battle your way through familiar fights and situations from the Matrix trilogy. Every choice has a consequence. From the Wachowski Brothers.

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Directors:

Lana Wachowski , Lilly Wachowski

Writers:

Lilly Wachowski, Lana Wachowski, Ron Diesel

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1 January 2006 | yourbigpalal83
Better then "Enter the Matrix" But not by much.
Lets face facts. Enter the matrix was a decent action game hosed down in matrix juice. But it lacked one key thing, NEO! Who the hell wanted to play as 2th rate background characters when everyone and there mother wanted to play as the one? The path of neo, corrects this error but still gives us a lot of the same old thing that was in Enter the matrix. The only real thing thats different is that we are Neo and we have a video game style conclusion to the game. You still spend a good 90% of the game in slo mo mode beating the crap out of countless police officers, S.W.A.T Team members, solders, and agents, oh yes, and giant ants. And half the time your on some sort of training or escort mission. I HATE ESCORT MISSIONS. worse form of gameplay you can have in my view, because you can work your butt off doing everything your suppost to and still fail because the person your suppost to be protecting does something stupid like stand there as a bad guy shoots him in the face. its just annoying and frustrating. Thankfully most of the AI in this game has some common sense to hide or take cover, or even fight back, which is a plus. But for most of the game its still the same old beat em up matrix style done over and over again with a very weird ending.

In closing, its a decent game but not worth 50 dollars. thankfully i got it on a after xmas sale for only 30 and for 30, its worth it. Its no GTA, but if you overlook some flaws, it can be fun, just like Enter the Matrix

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Release Date:

8 November 2005

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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