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. Yes, there are great moments tucked away in some areas, but they are never satisfying enough to pull you into the experience. There's no denying Tron: Evolution 's style.
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 suck. Perhaps we'd projected too much hope on it during the preview stage, but there are still a few aspects of this game that could be better.
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 of the best-known science fiction worlds ever.
Excerpt: A Disney apostou num jogo que nos coloca a par dos acontecimentos que antecederam Tron: Legacy. Como não podia deixar de ser, a estreia de Tron: Legacy faz-se acompanhar por uma nova passagem da Grid pelo universo dos vídeojogos. No caso das consolas HD, trata-se de uma obra que dá a conhecer os acontecimentos que antecederam segunda incursão cinematográfica de Kevin Flynn.