Summary: Tron 2.0 was originally released on the PC last year, where it served as a sequel of sorts to the sci-fi film from 1982. What distinguished the game most was its highly stylized look. Much like the film, everything in it was bathed in a characteristic colored glow. As the game has transitioned to the Xbox platform, the developer has seen fit to add a number of new multiplayer modes to it.
Summary: First the good news: Tron 2.0 Killer App looks great. I wish there were more games with this much visual flair and originality. The maps and levels are complex and interesting; they're as surreal as the movie, but far more detailed and completely realized. The sheer strangeness of the physical environments is wonderful, and that is this game's best feature. It's basically a first person shooter, with some mini-games on the side, such as light-cycle combat.
Summary: I bought Tron 2.0 on the pc sometime ago, and bought this on the xbox just to race light-cycles on my tv! The plot is set roughly 20 years after the movie. Alans son Jet has been digitised by Alans programme Ma3a, to help save the Encom lab pc's from a virus known as the Corruption. As Jet, you can download subroutines, permissions, emails from "archive bins". Even some of the enemies have actual filenames!