Summary: My hopes for TRON were higher than they should have been, but it's still a fun game. It's a bit too difficult too early to grasp but perhaps that's on me. About a third of the way through it, I got bored with it and haven't picked up the controller for it since.
Summary: The specular maps don't follow the depth setting, so the reflection on a road seems to hover at screen level, making the 3D effect look terrible, like a glare on the monitor over every metal path.
Summary: I had high hopes for this one but am glad that I waited and got it for a decent price (about $15). After having played Skyrim for days at a time, I was surprised that the Story mode had only 7 chapters. Games nowadays should have a minimum of at least 10, at about an hour each.
Summary: While I would count myself as a Tron fan I do not count myself as a fan of this game. I had anticipated this game's publishing for a while and was quite happy to pop it into my PS3 when I first received it.
Visually nice, game play is lacking, but does develop the story
K. Schade, Amazon
29 December 2010
Summary: The only reason I continued to play to story mode of Tron: Evolution was to gain the story itself. It sets up a critical point that in the story which the movie mentions. This is not a game about the movie, but rather a prequel to it.
Summary: The original `Tron' is a cult film that achieved better success as a game tie-in that it did a film. Can the same be said of `Tron: Evolution' the latest tie-in to a Tron film? I doubt it very much. Set before the start of `Tron Legacy', `Evolution' stars you as a faceless computer programme i.e.
Summary: Fasse mich hier mal kurz. Miese Steuerung, Mega kompliziert, Figur macht nie das was sie machen soll. Zudem "hackelt" die Steuerung total und geht nicht schön weich in Fleisch und Blut über. Kam schon am Anfang nicht weiter. Story ist karg und Grafik ist okay.