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  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Jan 2001
    I don't know whether this one has been posted before, but check it out...


    - click keyboard
    - enter code: reload

    there are plenty of hidden content and information about the upcoming Reloaded and Revolution Matrix...


    February 26, 2002 - If you visit the official Matrix site, you won't find
    much in terms of news on the upcoming sequels Reloaded and Revolutions -
    unless you know where to look. The only link on the site that mentions the
    sequels takes you to a page where you can sign up for e-mail updates, but if
    you want to see the cool stuff now you've got to hack your way in.

    The crew of The Matrix Online was recently tipped off about some newly
    released access codes that allow you enter the "secret" official site for
    the sequels. Just go to hackthematrix.com and click on the image of the
    keyboard. Once the little window pops up, enter "reload" in the code box
    and click "enter." At that point you will be transported to the gateway to
    new The Matrix Reloaded website. From there you can access plenty of cool
    content regarding the sequels.

    There several desktop wallpapers that show the interior of the Neb and one
    of a visual effects explosion that was filmed on the set in Alameda. There
    are interviews with the likes of composer Don Davis, and storyboard artist
    Steve Skrode. The coolest feature of all may be the 360 QuickTime VR
    movies of the Neb set!

    And that's not all! If you enter the "High Bandwidth" version of the site,
    click the the little yellow "options" light on the right of the Flash menu
    at the of the page. Then click the little blank square to the right of the
    "HTML Version" button. This will open an "Access Panel" where you can enter
    binary codes to access even more site content.

    Introduce the following codes to listen to interviews with concept
    illustrator Simon Murton and stunt coordinator R.A. Rondell, and to view an
    additional QuickTime VR from the set:


    There's probably more coolness to be found, but that's all that has been
    discovered so far. So, what are you waiting for? Hack The Matrix!


  2. #2
    Junior Member
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    Jan 2002


    I hope they add more to the site soon. Right now it is a little sparse in terms of content, especially compared to the main Matrix site.

  3. #3
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2002
    I'm sure it'll be good once it is done, as long as they don't use that fantasyinterfaces trailer...

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