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8 November 2005 (USA) See more »
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Play as Neo and battle your way through familiar fights and situations from the Matrix trilogy. Every choice has a consequence. From the Wachowski Brothers. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Mary Alice ... Oracle (New) (archive footage)

Julian Arahanga ... Apoc (archive footage)

David Aston ... Rhineheart (archive footage)

Helmut Bakaitis ... Architect (archive footage)
Jeremy Ball ... Businessman (archive footage)

Steve Bastoni ... Soren (archive footage) (as Stephen Bastoni)
Don Battee ... Vector (archive footage)

Monica Bellucci ... Persephone (archive footage)

Daniel Bernhardt ... Agent Johnson (archive footage)
Henry Blasingame ... Deus Ex Machina (archive footage)

Ian Bliss ... Bane (archive footage)
Liliana Bogatko ... Old Woman at Zion (archive footage)
Josephine Byrnes ... Zion Controller (archive footage)

Collin Chou ... Seraph (archive footage) (as Lung Yun Chou)
Paul Cotter ... Corrupt (archive footage)

Terrell Dixon ... Wurm (archive footage)

Matt Doran ... Mouse (archive footage)

Laurence Fishburne ... Morpheus (also archive footage)

Gloria Foster ... Oracle (archive footage)

Nona Gaye ... Zee (archive footage)
Deni Gordon ... Priestess (archive footage) (as Denni Gordon)

Paul Goddard ... Agent Brown (archive footage)

Marc Aden Gray ... Choi (archive footage) (as Marc Gray)

Lachy Hulme ... Sparks (archive footage)
Fiona Johnson ... Woman in Red (archive footage)

Roy Jones Jr. ... Captain Ballard (archive footage)

David Kilde ... Agent Jackson (archive footage)

Randall Duk Kim ... The Key Maker (archive footage)

Harry Lennix ... Lock (archive footage)

Belinda McClory ... Switch (archive footage)

Matt McColm ... Agent Thompson (archive footage)

Carrie-Anne Moss ... Trinity (archive footage)

Tory Mussett ... Beautiful Woman at Le Vrai (archive footage)

Ada Nicodemou ... Doujour (White Rabbit Girl) (archive footage)

David William No ... Cain (archive footage) (as David No)

Joe Pantoliano ... Cypher (archive footage)

Anthony Ray Parker ... Dozer (archive footage)

Harold Perrineau ... Link (archive footage)

Jada Pinkett Smith ... Captain Niobe (archive footage)

Adrian Rayment ... Twin #2 (archive footage)

Neil Rayment ... Twin #1 (archive footage)

Keanu Reeves ... Neo (archive footage)
Tahei Simpson ... Binary (archive footage)

Robert Taylor ... Agent Jones (archive footage)
Steve Vella ... Captain Malachi (archive footage) (as Steve Valla)

Clayton Watson ... Kid (archive footage)

Hugo Weaving ... Agent Smith (archive footage)

Leigh Whannell ... Axel (archive footage)

Bernard White ... Rama-Kandra (archive footage)

Lambert Wilson ... Merovingian (archive footage)

Rowan Witt ... Spoon Boy (archive footage)

Anthony Brandon Wong ... Ghost (archive footage) (as Anthony Wong)

Anthony Zerbe ... Councillor Hamann (archive footage)

Michael Benyaer ... Vamp / Police / Security (voice)

Andrew Bowen ... Neo (voice)

Kimberly Brooks ... Niobe / Civilian (voice)

Billy Brown ... Doberman (voice)

George Cheung ... Kung Fu Soldier / Chinatown Gangster / Additional Walla (voice)

James M. Connor ... Agent Jones / SWAT Soldier (voice) (as Jim Connor)
Kevin Delaney ... Theater Heckler / SWAT / Army Soldier (voice)

Robin Atkin Downes ... Merovingian / Vamp / Agent Thompson (voice)

Gideon Emery ... Bane (voice)
Keith Ferguson ... Link / Insectoid / Civilian (voice)

Nika Futterman ... Switch / Witch Boss / Civilian (voice)

Michael Gough ... Seraph / Agent Brown / Vamp (voice)

Jennifer Hale ... Trinity (voice)

James Horan ... Agent White / Civilian / Police / Security (voice)
Jeff Kelly ... Civilian (voice)

Phil LaMarr ... Operator / Ballard / SWAT Soldier (voice) (as Phil Lamarr)

Lex Lang ... Police / Security / Civilian (voice)

Hope Levy ... Red Pill Club Kid / Civilian (voice)
Mitch Lewis ... SWAT Soldier / Swordsman (voice)

Ming Lo ... Kung Fu Soldier / Chinatown Gangster / additional Walla (voice) (as Ming. T. Lo)

Stefan Marks ... Police / Security / Civilian (voice)

James Mathis III ... Police / Security (voice)

Paul Nakauchi ... Red Pill Herb Shop Owner (voice) (as Paul Nakuchi)

Dempsey Pappion ... Apoc / SWAT Soldier (voice)

Rick Pasqualone ... Red Pill Security Guard / SWAT Soldier (voice)
Peter Renaday ... The Key Maker / The Architect / Police / Security (voice)
Michael Rodgers ... Doberman (voice)
Ben Shields ... SWAT Soldier (voice)

Christopher Corey Smith ... Agent Smith (voice) (as Christopher Smith)

Stephen Stanton ... Agent Jackson / Doberman / Police / Security (voice)

Mio Takada ... Japanese Assassin (voice)

Fred Tatasciore ... Agent Johnson / Roland / SWAT Soldier (voice)

Jen Taylor ... Red Pill Librarian / Civilian (voice)
Jerry Tondo ... Japanese Assassin (voice)

Brett Pels ... Rogue Witch (voice) (as Brett Walter)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eric Michael Halderman ... Motion Capture Performer

Alex Huynh ... Seraph

Michael E. Rodgers ... Doberman (voice) (as Michael Rodgers)

Lana Wachowski ... Larry Wachowski (voice)

Lilly Wachowski ... Andy Wachowski (voice)

Chris Britton ... Swordsman (voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
Lana Wachowski  (as Larry Wachowski)
Lilly Wachowski  (as Andy Wachowski)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Lana Wachowski  (as Larry Wachowski)
Lilly Wachowski  (as Andy Wachowski)

Produced by
David Abrams .... producer
Jace Hall .... executive producer
Mark Harwood .... producer
Gary Sheinwald .... senior producer
Original Music by
Tobias Enhus 
Ben Watkins (co-composer)
Casting by
Chris Borders 
Art Department
W.D. Hogan .... storyboard artist
Richard Mahon .... concept artist
Sound Department
Rebecca Hanck .... sound designer
Adam Levenson .... sound director
Stephen Miller .... sound designer
Adam Stiles .... sound editor
Frank Szick .... lead sound effects editor
Roland N. Thai .... sound designer
Eric Thompson .... adr mixer
Bryan O. Watkins .... sound designer (as Bryan O. Watkins)
Visual Effects by
Johnathan R. Banta .... digital compositor: Cinemetics
James Ciccarello .... motion capture camera operator
James Ciccarello .... technical animator
Clark Graff .... motion capture producer
Willi Hammes .... CG artist: cinematics
Ray Massa .... motion editor
Behrooz Roozbeh .... vfx artist
Pete Upson .... technical animator
Animation Department
Manjit Jhita .... lead animator
Gabriel Rountree .... animation director
Music Department
Francois-Paul Aiche .... composer: additional music
Robert Leslie Bennett .... composer: additional music (as Robert L. Bennett Jr.)
Dustin Camilleri .... assistant to composer
Jose Cancela .... composer: additional music
The Crystal Method .... composer: additional music
Todd Haberman .... composer: additional music
Junkie XL .... composer: additional music
Mark Kilian .... composer: additional music
Thorsten Laewe .... composer: additional music
Erik Lundborg .... composer: additional music
Machine Head .... composer: additional music
H. Scott Salinas .... composer: additional music
Fredrik Sarhagen .... score mixer: orchestral recording
Kip Smedley .... assistant to composer
Amon Tobin .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Chris Borders .... dialogue director
Adrian Escultura .... compatibility analyst
Frank Rogan .... dialogue director
Debra Baker .... special thanks
Chelsea Beck .... special thanks
Glenn Boswell .... special thanks
Wendy Bozzi .... special thanks
Nancy Bushkin .... special thanks
John Byrd .... special thanks
Jim Capparo .... special thanks
Steve Chalk .... special thanks
Lev Chapelsky .... special thanks
Chris Chen .... special thanks
Carrie Cowan .... special thanks
Leah Cowlin .... special thanks
Paula Davenport .... special thanks
Don Davis .... special thanks
Marti Esteva .... special thanks
Harry Glantz .... special thanks
Marielle Henault .... special thanks
Julio Jerez .... special thanks
Scott M. Johnson .... special thanks
Jeneba Konare .... special thanks
Brian Lee .... special thanks
Richard Levin .... special thanks
Drew Medina .... special thanks
Morten Mikkelsen .... special thanks
Melissa Miller .... special thanks
Erik Olsen .... special thanks
Masao Oshimi .... special thanks
Susannah Scott .... special thanks
Joel Silver .... special thanks
Irika Slavin .... special thanks

Production CompaniesSpecial EffectsOther Companies
  • Danetracks  cinematics, explosions and destruction sound effects design

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Did You Know?

Andrew Bowen lends his voice to Neo, who was played by Keanu Reeves. Bowen used to parody Reeves on the tv show Mad TV.See more »
Agent Smith:This is my world, Mr. Anderson, MY WORLD!See more »
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Edited from Enter the Matrix (2003) (VG)See more »
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Doesn't get where it's going without stumbling along the way, 13 April 2009
Author: abgkasjlkasjla from Denmark

I base this on the release for the PC. I'm not ruling out that some of the problems have to do with that, that this was geared towards consoles. Hey, I won't claim that this is all negatives, it isn't. This does recreate many favorite scenes, almost all they could(albeit hardly any flying). It does, of course, expand on them, otherwise this would be even shorter than it is, and not all of this is bad. There are also new levels, the quality of which varies, but, honestly, there are several(not all of them) nice ideas, and done well, to be found in them. At any time, you can replay an earlier one, and twice, you're given a Mission Selector, and can choose the order of the next handful of them. The story-telling is OK, the worst part of it is the hideously, and oddly, cut up and stitched together Frankenstein's Monster of the trilogy that is the series of clips they use(a couple of times, it even seems like they just thought "well, this was funny, let's put that in there"). Don't get me started on the crappy music they put to it. The sound is well-done, though the acting can be awful, and the voices do not always fit. Link, for example, and can someone tell me when The Merovingian became German? The new plot has good to it. The acrobatics, shooting and fighting are probably the biggest attractions to this. They are a mixed bag. There are cool moves, but it is truly sad that they had to be taught how to make a VG taking place in this universe by the new Prince of Persia ones(of 2003, '04 and '05), and incredible that they still managed to screw it up. And the guns are fine, if often useless(and why so few?). Aiming, well, it can be done, they actually put a cross-hair in this time, though the mouse doesn't move right. Now, the martial arts system, when you get past how clumsy it can be, as well as how sluggish and either too fast or overly slow(that's a theme with this one, it hits the extremes, and goes back and forth between them) it often reacts to your commands, it can be entertaining. There are a lot of combos, if you can activate them, with how similar they are to do, and on account of them making up most of the powerful attacks, the Free Form thing didn't entirely work, and you wind up typically taking them on one at a time. There are not enough buttons devoted to it. Meleé weapons range, but tend to be a positive in this. The Bosses... do not. Defending by striking could be fantastic, but it wasn't really, here. The camera is free, with zoom and 360 degree turning. The abilities are decent enough, the main thing here is that each you get is helpful a little, and that's it. The adventure portions are nothing but a method of prolonging this. They were happy to make it possible for characters to be tossed about, and objects(as well as walls) around you to break, so it's happening all over the place, and it quite frankly looks preposterous. This makes the astounding occurrences in the three commonplace, and they lose their impact. The bugs and glitches are all over this, and stability could be better. The graphics are great, with fluid animation, if at least one of the faces(Smith) come out looking ridiculous. Cut-scenes are, with one exception(which is CGI, and gorgeous), in-engine, and fair. This does manage to put a lot of you-know-who's in one place, up against you, lets you squeeze the trigger in the chopper, and features aerial combat. This is either too easy, or annoying, depending on what specific portion you're playing. Replayability is essentially nonexistent. There is bonus stuff, including an extraordinarily unfunny outtake reel. Saving is still automatic, and offering only four slots. The puns are gag-inducing. The altered continuity is reasonable. This takes some of the best moments in the original film and makes gimmicks out of them. Why all the silliness? The changed ending(cheap attempt at getting audiences to purchase this, contact me and I'll let you know what it is), which I actually don't consider to be a poor concept, it's merely wrong for this? My guess would be that the brothers saw the reception the sequels got, and got scared, gave up trying, or perhaps both. Thus they almost invariably(there is philosophy in this, and situations that could really be impeccable) didn't try to make this serious. I would hate to think that they belong in the group of people who refuse to believe that games can be complex and innovative, after what they did to the action flick genre, and reinvigorating the science fiction cinema. A tremendous lot can be achieved in this medium, and the only cause for alarm at these being less than stellar is the sheer fact that done right, an effort of this kind, inside the Matrix universe could be excellent. This, however, is downright stupid. Superficial and empty aren't off the wall as words to describe it. Not to mention ammo for those who claim that the 1999 movie was nothing but a stroke of luck. It's a terrible waste of potential. In case you weren't sure, I've been comparing this to Enter the Matrix(so much that I didn't write where I did so). All in all, I'm sorry, I find that to be the superior title. Less frustration, comes closer to you being able to count on it to deliver, and while both overreach, the result here is at times painful. This has, well, not direct sexuality, but adult material, as well as language, relatively strong, not in copious amounts. I recommend this to fans of the franchise, if you prefer the visuals and battles to the exploration and the food for thought(perfectly acceptable, I simply feel that what the Wachowski's made deserves more). 7/10

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