The game's story picks up just before The Matrix Reloaded and runs parallel to that of the film. Play either Niobe or Ghost as they bend the rules of the Matrix with martial arts, pilot the... See full summary »

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The Oracle (voice)
Christine Anu ...
Kali (voice)
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Soren (voice) (as Stephen Bastoni)
Don Battee ...
Vector (voice) (as Don Batte)
Francine Bell ...
Councillor Tuchman (voice)
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Persephone (voice)
Gunther Berghofer ...
Elevator Security Guard (voice)
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Agent Johnson (voice)
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Bane (voice)
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Zion Controller (voice)
Kelly Butler ...
Ice (voice)
Josephine Byrnes ...
Zion Operator (voice)
Zeke Castelli ...
Operations Manager Mattis (voice)
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Seraph (voice)
Paul Cotter ...
Corrupt (voice)

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The game's story picks up just before The Matrix Reloaded and runs parallel to that of the film. Play either Niobe or Ghost as they bend the rules of the Matrix with martial arts, pilot the fastest hovercraft in the fleet, or just fight with lots of guns. Written by lcheala@imdb.com

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Battle alongside the original motion picture cast on the mission that comes down to one question. In the war to save Zion, what part will you play? See more »


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15 May 2003 (USA)  »

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$20,000,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

All of the actors in the Matrix movies did motion-capture to act out the in-game scenes and facial-capture. See more »

Quotes

Niobe: Why do you always do it?
Ghost: What?
Niobe: Check your guns. They're always loaded the same way.
Ghost: Hume teaches us that past experiences don't affect the future. If you throw a stone, a hundred times it can fall down, yet once it may fly up.
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Crazy Credits

The end credits contain a hexadecimal code, which when entered into the game's hacking system, unlocks a secret hidden level called "Sparks' Training Construct". See more »

Connections

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Switchback
Performed by Klayton
Written by Klayton
Courtesy of Esion Media
By Arrangement with Position Music
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Very Enjoyable (PS2 version)
27 April 2004 | by (Philadelphia, PA) – See all my reviews

I held off on buying this game because I had heard so much about how it sucked that I wasn't about to drop 50 bucks for a bad game. I picked it up the other day because it has become one of those "Playstation 2 Greatest Hits" titles.

Really what it all gets down to is this: This game is fun to play. Above all else, that's the most important thing in any game. The controls, which so many complain about, were really easy to get used to. I really don't understand what everyone was complaining about. The sound was great, and I really enjoyed the added dimension the cut scenes gave to the films. The graphics were weak, I'll admit. But frankly, I'd rather play a fun game with a good story than a beautiful game with no story that bores me to tears. All in all, it's a good game and if you like the Matrix, get it.


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