You are the One. You have the opportunity to live out your Matrix fantasies, but not as much as you might think.
Necriscoth wrote this review on .
I like the "expanded" missions that expanded on the scenes from the movie. Of course, some of them didn't make any sense or really didn't add anything to the experience except time spent trying to get to the next scene (giant fire ants?).
I loved the combat moves and the speed of the combat. And with "Focus" on...well...you are Neo. The developers did a great job in adding special, extravagant combat moves into the game. There were many times when I did a great "link" combo or a devastating "Focus" move where I would stare at the screen saying "Holy........that was awesome!!! I wanna do that again".
My biggest disappointment with the game has to be, without a doubt, the final fight with Agent Smith. Not only was the cutscene with "The Brothers" as 8-bit digital talking blue and pink avatars sitting on the leather chairs in the all-white load up program ridiculous, but the choice of the final confrontation was just....stupid. It really brought me out of the whole Matrix feel and left me with a feeling of under achievement. Thankfully, the action and expanded story lines made up for the sad fact that they too felt like the Matrix franchise is about to be "deleted"