- Platform: Windows 98 / 2000 / Me / XP
- ESRB Rating: Teen
- Media: CD-ROM
- Item Quantity: 1
First open your enter the matrix folder(C:Programfiles\Infograms\Enter the Matix)
make a backup of the actors folder
Now find the "Ghost_Costume01.dcx" or Niobe_Costume01.dcx"
(there will be 6 of each of these files for Ghost and Niobe, 01,02,03 etc)
Drag all of those files to your desktop
Now find the file "Neo.dcx", make 6 copies of this file and paste them where your
Ghost or Niobe files were
Now you need to re-name your six Neo.dcx files to the names of the other files you
dragged to your desktop(Neo.dcx changes to "Ghost_Costume01.dcx" the next one to
Ghost_Costume02.dcx" and so on.
Be sure to still leave one extra Neo.dcx file in the folder
Other Charactors that work!!
Rundown, shabby, lacking style, dowdy.
The developers of this game took a great idea and made a few bucks off it. Had they put a little more effort into the look and feel of the game, and possibly the story, they could have made a lot of bucks off it.
As it is, it looks like a console port and plays like a console port. The graphics, for all the hype, are hardly cutting edge, and the gameplay is buggy.
Halfway through the game, instead of asking "What is the Matrix?", I was thinking "Why am I bothering?" The only reason I kept playing was to see the filmed cutscenes, and even they were lifeless.
Get this game when it goes in the dollar bin. Otherwise, don't waste your money.
I must say I was the most disappointed with the driving part of the game but it is a very small part of the game so i'll let it slide. The hacking option is very exciting, dont let that trace program get ya!! Sparing with Trinity was a lotta fun, too. Overall, all you matrix fans must play this game, or you'll miss out. Good game.