>Make a Webm with muted audio
>"Error: Audio Streams are not allowed."
We said: tell me all your thoughts on god
'Cause I'd really like to meet her
And ask her why we're who we are
Tell me all your thoughts on god
'Cause I'm on my way to see her
So tell me, am I very far?
Am I very far, now?
>And give a real challenge
>With Batman combat
But that shit was piss easy. Path of Neo had an actual combo system and ntohing in the Arkham games is as difficult to pull off as The One Combo.
I loved it but I recognize some things to be shit
It's worth one playthrough if you like the matrix, as an action game it's pretty repetitive after a while, and the harder difficulties are just bullet/punch sponge enemies.
Some cool highlights are the few levels you play when neo is 'training,' and playing him escaping the office. You meet a few other people not in the movies who are also freed and stuff, it's pretty cool, expands the universe a bit
Some bad ones are the fucking ant maze, the first 'tutorial' level to test you and give you a difficulty you must play as depending on where you die, how bloody repetitive it gets, how the last quarter of the game winds on and on, and the wachowski genderfluids changed the ending to 'feel cooler as a videogame because fuck an epic 1v1 battle we'll have you do the dumbest fucking thing ever instead
which is all the smiths make a giant smith the size of a skyscraper and you have to dodge debris and fly into its face 3 times.
Best parts for me were the chateau fight and the first fight against the smith clones from reloaded.
I had fun muting the ingame music and opening up movie music and proceding to beat the shit out of everyone.
I'd also recommend enter the matrix, which I think is about as good, but like I said, if you're not a big matrix fan, you won't really enjoy the games too much, and you will be bored before the game is over no matter what.
Matrix online a shit.
Reminds me of the excessively huge outer maps in Halo 3. Using the camera glitch in theater, teleporter glitch in multiplayer maps, and plain old "get out of the maps" glitches in campaign would lead to awesomely expansive open terrain.
I really liked it, actually. I wish there were games where you just had huge open spaces to explore. The only thing that comes to mind is Fuel, but I've never played it. It looks like it would be too silly/cartoonish to enjoy.
Has anyone played it?
Alpha protocol, I bought it on steam because of this webm. It's ok, just beat the game without killing anyone. I might do a 2nd playthrough with guns since I just ran around punching peoples shit in.