Conclusion: I even considered playing more multiplayer to get my “version” up to a higher level… but the credits are rolling, and there is no way to skip them, save exiting and reloading the game. Disney made my decision for me… time to move on to something else.
Excerpt: Tron: Evolution is Prince of Persia but more neon. There are neon frisbees, neon bikes, neon tanks, neon suits, neon baddies, neon skyscrapers and neon laser beams. Sadly, all this glowing gas can't make up for some sloppy controls, repetitive combat and a limited multiplayer mode.
Summary: - an alleged integral part of the Tron storyline that takes place over multiple media platforms - takes place in The Grid. The Grid functions as the societal and work gathering of programs created by Kevin Flynn, amongst which a sort of computer-racism spreads.
Summary: " TRON: Evolution " has a lot going for it, but the lacklustre combat and poor camera, as well as the difficulty spikes and resulting frustration, make Tron a less worthy contender than it could, or perhaps should have been.
Excerpt: I was eight years old when I first saw Tron . It wasn’t long after that my dad finally ponied up the money for cable TV, and I found myself with free access to the Disney Channel, which at that time was a paid “movie” channel like HBO, which showed movies several times a day.
Conclusion: TRON: Evolution truly only bares the name of TRON due to its multiplayer counterpart. While the single-player experience is indeed set within the world of the Grid, nothing about screams TRON!