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OverviewTRON: Evolution is an immersive 3rd person action game that pulls players onto the digital grid of TRON. Explore TRON's cities using free running mobility, navigate among unique rebel factions, and fight an epic battle against a dictator's seemingly unstoppable army as the powerful System Monitor. Seamlessly connect from single player story mode into 10 person multiplayer battles with martial arts inspired light disc combat and thrilling light cycle chases in the prequel story to the highly anticipated film, TRON: Legacy. Key Features High Mobility Combat - Battle the enemies of the TRON world with your light disc using a dynamic blend of free running and martial arts movement on your heroic mission across the Grid. Vehicular Action - Fast paced exciting light cycle racing and light disc combat on the digital grid. Bridge the Legacy - TRON: Evolution is the prequel story to the film TRON: Legacy and unlocks mysteries in the rich TRON mythology. Online/Multiplayer - TRON:...
TRON: Evolution - Playstation 3

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  • High Mobility Combat - Battle the enemies of the TRON world with your light disc using a dynamic...
  • Vehicular Action - Fast paced exciting light cycle racing and combat in the digital TRON world.
  • Bridge the Legacy - TRON: Evolution is the prequel story to the film TRON: Legacy and unlocks...
  • Online/Multiplayer - TRON: Evolution has an innovative online experience featuring persistent...
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  • MPN: 10433100
  • UPC: 088037831255
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TRON: Evolution - Playstation 3, Disney

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  1. I like this game more than I don’t like it. So here’s my quick review:Pros:- Tron world is beautifully rendered.- Disk battles are pretty cool.- After a few hours into the game it does feel kind of cool/fun disk battling.- Fills in the story about Clu so ties in neatly with the movie.Cons:- After a few more hours however it begins to really get repetitive and you’re about ready for the ending. It boils down to a mashup of 4 types of games interspersed with cutscenes: platform jumping, disk battling, light cycle riding, tank battling.- There are the odd platform jumps which require you to try a dozen times because it isn’t obvious where or when to jump.- Stereoscopic 3D works and makes the Tron world come alive but it’s unusable because the camera turns will make you throw up.Summary:It’s worth playing to the point that you’ve experienced the 4 types of games, and then you can pretty much put the game down.The platform jumping will make you want to throw the controller into the screen.

  2. I like this game. I grew up on Tron as a kid, and now my 2 & 1/2 year old son is in love with the series as well, naturally because of all the eye candy. Tron Evolution delivers in that department despite suffering from some serious Uncanny Valley at times.Tron Evolution is a prequel of sorts to the recent movie Tron:Legacy, and serves to explain some of the backstory elements that take place between the first movie and this one. For fans of the series, this is a nice bonus.As a game, Tron delivers but doesn’t exceed. The game is kind of a 50/50 split between Prince-of-Persia style platforming and 3d-brawler combat. Everything looks stunning, and once you get the hang of it, the gameplay is fun enough, and at times surprisingly challenging, but there are issues. The control layout is a little weird, and there are things you have to do to pull off moves that are non-intuitive. The camera is bordering on a disaster but not quite one. Some of the wall jump obstacles seem arbitrarily difficult. And the game is EXTREMELY linear. like, even when you’re running around in Tron City, even if there are doors to areas or people around, you can’t open the doors or talk to the people – they’re just decorations and you really only ever have one way to go. This is an issue for a lot of games but in this instances it’s not disguised particularly well at all and therefore is even more glaring.The upgrade system is interesting and for being essentially a one-weapon combat system the game gets a fair amount of mileage out of it, I’ve definitely played worse. Controls again take some getting used to, but are fairly fluid and understandible once you get the hang of it.The voice acting and story are stellar, and there are some Tron favorites in here (Bruce Boxlietner, for one, and Olivia Wilde, too). While Jeff Bridges did not voice Flynn or Clu, the guy they had to do it nailed it so well you almost can’t tell the difference, it’s really spectacular – I had to look it up to make sure it wasn’t actually Jeff. Unfortunately, as I said the face models in this game are pretty terrible. They LOOK like the characters they’re supposed to be enough, but look extremely dead and uncanny-valleyish. Some are worse than others – the Clu/Flynn characters look particularly bad, while Tron looks much better, though, and the player character has no problems because he’s always wearing a helmet, however.In the end this game is OK. it’s definitely worth picking up if you’re a Tron fan, especially at a reduced price. If you have the choice, I would recommend the PS3 version for the 3D capability. While it’s not something most people are likely to get much mileage out of, it’s nice to have the option and DOES look neat. Worth a play at $10.

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    First thing I want to mention is that they used some of the orig cast members in the voiceovers for this game, which I though was kind of cool – Voiceover by actress Olivia Wilde (from the 2010 Tron movie) as Quorra, and voiceover actor by Bruce Boxleitner From the orig. Tron movie in 1982 as Tron. This iteration (TRON: Evolution video game) is actually a key to unlocking the TRON mythology that fits in between the original 1982 film and the 2010 blockbuster film TRON: Legacy. So you are actually ‘playing’ in part of a film series, which I also find kind of cool! One of the main reasons I bought this game was for the 3D feature as I am a 3D NUT. And I have to say that it did not disappoint! The 3D is fantastic, and at times I found myself becoming truly immersed into the gameplay just because of the 3D effects, like being pulled into the game itself, yes I enjoy a great 3D adventure that much. Please keep in mind that not all 3D TV’s are capable of displaying a great 3D image, as they are not all made the same. However, I am lucky to own one of the TV’s that does an excellent job at rendering a perfect 3D image. And being able to enjoy this game in 3D was truly a visual treat to behold. It made the game all that much better. I did not like the fact that this is NOT a free roam environment, you actually have to follow the game path the game takes you on. There is a learning curve to being able to take the Tron ‘bike’ up walls or vertical surfaces and I had quite a hard time with this. The story line seems to flow along at a decent pace and should keep the average gamer interested enough to keep playing or moving forward. The game allows you to use a move controller if so desired but it is not require to be able to play. The move option is just that, ‘an option’. I found that using the move controller made parts of the game easier and other parts harder so I often found myself pausing the game to switch back and forth between controllers, which was a little monotonous at times. Also this is only a single player game unless you go online to join others. I find that here in 2017 there are sometimes no one online, yes you read that right, absolutely ‘nobody’ which leads me to believe that this game is not real popular. Again I purchased for the 3D aspect and I bought this back in June of 2011 so I have had it a few years. However, I still find myself getting it out to enjoy a bit of 3D gameplay every now and then. I really like the fact that it is actually a part of the storyline in the movie and this gives the game more of a meaning than just your average gameplay. The graphics are great. There were no bugs that I found. the frame rate is excellent with no jerky motion. There were virtually no dropouts which is good considering the speed of the game at times. All in all I really enjoy this game. And would I buy it again knowing what I know about it now? – A solid and resounding YES!

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