Excerpt: The original Tron wasn’t a good movie. The pacing was terrible, the script an amalgam of fantasy clichés and ill-used tech speak, and the story didn’t make a whole lot of sense. On the other hand, the movie did have Jeff Bridges, David Warner, and, most memorably, a distinctive visual style.
Conclusion: Concept: Fill in the gaps between the original Tron film and the sequel, Tron: Legacy, through an all-new story
Graphics: Sparse and clinical like the films, with the added disadvantage of being ugly
Sound: The light cycles make a neat humming sound, but that’s about the only memorable thing in the...
Summary: TRON: Evolution is a great game trapped in the shell of bad gameplay design, and as a result only hardcore TRON fans and nostalgia seekers should apply. Or, you know, if you enjoy frustration and multiple deaths.
Pros: TRON-specific game graphics, Awesome soundtrack, Innovative multiplayer idea
Cons: Frustrating gameplay, Maddening checkpoints, Very poor camera at times, Repetitive, repetitive, repetitive
Conclusion: TRON: Evolution's ideas never work as expected, or as the developer hoped, and constantly frustrate. It does show signs of what could've been and the streamlined single and multiplayer worlds is a nice touch, but unless you're desperately in love with the Tron franchise, you're going to fall out...
Summary: Tron Evolution sera donc l’ultime titre développé par les studios Propaganda (à qui l’on doit le très mitigé Turok) avant leur fermeture, proposant de faire le lien entre le premier opus de Disney et Tron Legacy, qui sort dans les salles obscures ce mois-ci.
Pros: Ambiance graphique unique, Les musiques des Daft Punk, Gameplay efficace…
Cons: … mais sans originalité, Quelques imprécisions dans les phases de plateforme, Rythme trop monotone