Summary: This game brought me endless frustration, and I gave up on it the day I got it. I'll admit, the soundtrack and graphics impressed me a little, Abraxas was pretty awsome, and the light cycle was fun to drive, but overall, the platforming made me want to snap the disk in half and pee on it.
Summary: I had high hopes for this game and was dissapointed. I played this game only once for five minutes and it is awful. You have to do a lot of jumping around at first while chasing someone. I tried to bounce off the walls ten times and got annoyed and shut it off. This game is just like Superman 64.
Summary: The controls are buggy and unresponsive. I thought that this movie game would be different from so many other movie games but its just bad. Half the time you spend trying to jump to the same platform because you couldn't reach it the first five times.
Summary: I was trying t find something to compare the quality of this "collectible" i guess this is compared to a happy meal toy.. but thats an insult happy meal toys.. i should of read the reviews.. dont make the same mistake.. you better off buying toy r us toy and the game separately..
Summary: Where to start with this terrible title. I'm a tron fan. I <3 tron even from back in the day. Nothings has changed since then and my love for that universe still has a hold on me. This game. It's just not good.
Summary: This review is based on the Collector's Edition set, and is more about the edition than the game itself. The game itself I would give about 3 stars. It's not the worst movie tie in game I've ever played, and the storyline is good. Overall, I'm enjoying the game play.
Summary: The "Collector's Edition" is a train wreck: 1) If you're going to charge a premium price for a Collector's Edition, make sure the game is good. The reviews for Tron Evolution are universally bad--the game mechanics are boring and replay value is low.