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.
Conclusion: Another Tron videogame, whether you like movie tie-ins or not, is certainly warranted and is more than welcome. The game exceeds our expectations in nearly all areas and certainly rates highly in our minds-own check-list of movie cash-ins.
Summary: The silent system monitor known simply as Anon runs through the computer world of TRON: Evolution like a leather-and-neon-clad Prince of Persia, smoothly defying gravity in a digital display of free running.
Pros: Some exciting free-running sequences, Good references to the original TRON, Light cycles are fun in multiplayer
Cons: Platforming and combat can get repetitive, The locales in the Grid all look the same
Summary: The normal thing to do in the intro to a review on a movie tie-in game is talk about how all movie tie-ins have been pretty average at best and then go on about how we hope this one would be the shining example; a beacon to restore hope in the tie-in market. In all honesty, I've given up hope.
Pros: Free running is fluid, Fun multiplayer, The Jeff Bridges sound-a-like is great
Cons: Not very challenging, Lazy level design at times, All gets quite repetitive
Conclusion: I’ve not often wondered what the inside of a computer system would look like but I’m fairly confident it doesn’t look as cool as the world of Tron. Whilst the original film hasn’t aged well the upcoming sequel showcases undeniable style, effortlessly replicated in this videogame prequel, which is...
Summary: Loin de réussir le pari de réaliser la transition entre les deux films, TRON Evolution est plutôt un épisode à part, profitant de la mise en avant pour attirer quelques fans. Ces derniers se rendront vite compte que l’action se montre redondante, sans réelle bonne idée, mis à part le fait d’évoluer...
Pros: -un petit tour dans le monde de TRON -les batailles en lightcycle -on se bat avec Quorra ! -la bande originale de Daft Punk
Cons: -Une action répétitive sur tous les points -Des décors fades et se ressemblant tous -Aucune idée originale -Exploitation minimale de l’univers de TRON