Excerpt: Tron: Legacy is a great videogame of a movie and, fittingly, Tron: Evolution is a good movie of a videogame. The story is one of the few reasons to endure the shaky mechanics. I'd even go so far as to say the game's plot was more interesting than the one presented in the movie.
Conclusion: There is sense of slight disappointment that permeates this review - it's true, we did come out of this slightly deflated, but that's not to say this isn't a good game. Propaganda have done a really good job in crafting something that not only achieves its main purpose, but also doesn't completely...
Summary: The silent system monitor known simply as Anon runs through the computer world of TRON: Evolution like a leather-and-neon-clad Prince of Persia, smoothly defying gravity in a digital display of free running.
Pros: Some exciting free-running sequences, Good references to the original TRON, Light cycles are fun in multiplayer
Cons: Platforming and combat can get repetitive, The locales in the Grid all look the same
Excerpt: Tron: Evolution, it is like Prince of Persia, but not. It is an ultra cool take on the world of Tron, with free running moves that are just insanely nail biting. With combat that can seem on the simple, side at times, Tron: Evolution from Disney Interactive Studios is a blast of a treatment to one...
Conclusion: There's a gap between the old 80s movie Tron and its modern rebirth in the cinemas this year. A rather big gap. Disney hope to fill that hole with Tron: Evolution , while entertaining us with cyber-Frisbees and cool light cycles. And you know what? They've actually managed quite well.
Pros: Nice art, good music and sound effects, fun platforming, entertaining fights
Cons: Annoying camera, feels a bit too sterile at times
Summary: La Disney propone un tie-in al film Tron: Legacy, che dovrebbe spiegare gli avvenimenti tra Tron (l’originale, anni ’80) e il nuovo capitolo. Impersonerete Anon, abbreviazione di “Anonymous”, un programma inserito da Flynn per cercare di scoprire una cospirazione all’interno della rete.
Pros: Si torna in rete, 30 anni dopo, ed è bella più che mai!, Soundtrack da invidiare, Quorra e Tron doppiati dai loro stessi attori, Multiplayer divertente per qualsiasi fan della saga...
Cons: ...tuttavia se non lo siete stuferà presto, Sbalzi del livello di difficoltà clamorosi, Bassa rigiocabilità, se non per Trofei/Obiettivi, Alcune cutscenes sembrano inserite per sbaglio