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The Matrix: Path Of Neo Member Review for the PS2

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01/10/06
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I loved this game. I don't actually have that much to spend on games usually, but I made sure I got this one. The "revolutionary" Havock physics engine was used and the amount of effort that went into the game was amazing. It now has the Guiniess book of Record's record for most expensive to make - and it was worth it.

Even though the PS3 is not yet out, games have still significantly improved since the first PS2 games I bought. As a programmer myself, I am amazed by the effects they got from such (relativly) limited hardware.

If you don't yet have The Matrix: Path of Neo (alternate ending to the film! Cutscenes directed by the Wikioski Brothers themselves!), then I recomend you get it. Now. You need it to live.

I singed up to Game Revolution just to post this review, that is how much I loved this game.

Really, the best I have ever played.

- "Hobo" Ben
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