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Enter The Matrix – Second Opinion

I agree with Gene that Enter The Matrix is a disappointment, but my reasons for thinking so are a little more complicated. I didn't pay much attention to the hype surrounding the game, so in my mind it isn't a question of "does it live up to the hype" so much as "does it live up to the potential of the concept."

Battle Engine Aquila – Review

Being in the military, I have had the privilege of viewing multiple weapons demonstrations, not to mention the training and use many of these devices. A few of these include the standard M-16A2 assault rifle, the MK-19 Automatic Grenade Launcher, and even the B2 Stealth Bomber. While many of these weapons and vehicles are true attributes to their designers and modern day technology, none have come close to the ideas dreamed up by some of today's anime or videogame designers. It's quite understandable though, as the power of ones own imagination can often outweigh the power of today's equipment capabilities.

Battle Engine Aquila – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Violence

Battle Engine Aquila

Game Description: Take charge of the ultimate war machine: the Battle Engine. Whether in walking or flying mode, you will have access to an array of destructive weapons and receive constant direction from base command. Feel the thrill of immediate, frenetic action as you engage in conflict from a first-person perspective and immerse yourself in lush, expansive environments lit up by massive raging battles. You can shape the direction of each battle by choosing where and how you launch your offensive. Strategy comes to the fore as you sniff out the opposition’s weaknesses and deliver crippling blows with the most feared weapon on the battlefield.

Enter The Matrix – Review

Enter The Matrix was hyped way too much for its own good. Concerning the inner workings of the hype machine, it's difficult to pinpoint exactly whose fault it is that the game fails to live up to expectations, fair or not.

Enter The Matrix – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Suggestive Themes, Violence

Enter The Matrix

Game Description: Taking place between the second and third movie in the motion picture trilogy, Enter the Matrix features a mixture of gunplay and martial arts that bends the rules. Insane driving and stunts and the chance to pilot the fastest hovercraft in the fleet proves that this isn't just a game that's set in the Matrix universe; it's an experience that's designed to be a true part of the entire Matrix mythos. Enter the Matrix is the story-behind-the-story and features slo-mo bullet time effects, never-before-seen live-action footage starring the cast of the movies, and plenty more.

Superman: Man of Steel – Review

I'm going to start this review by regaling you with a favorite tale of mine from the pages of the Superman comic books. Superman was in Egypt, battling a group of evil space gods known collectively as 'The Pantheon.' While fighting one of them, a giant named 'Omicron,' Superman punched the god so hard that he flew the entire length of Africa and smashed deep into a mountain range.

Superman: The Man of Steel – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Violence

Ikaruga – Review

Ikaruga's patterns of alternating colors and the constant flipping of the ship are not unlike Tetris at its most complex levels (at least in terms of being forced to concentrate fully, react as quickly as possible with complete precision, and plan a few moves ahead). This really brings an extra dimension to the game in terms of mechanics as the title asks gamers to not only shoot and dodge, but also focus on finding the best path through each stage.

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