Summary: Tron evolution... where do I begin? I was given this by a friend on Christmas of 2011. CHECK. I played for a few minutes before realizing it was a very MEH game. CHECK. This game had an interesting concept, make a tie-in game to 2010's tron legacy (which was panned by critics unfortunately).
Summary: Storyline is good. Scenery is beautiful. But it greatly suffers from the Ninja Gaiden flaw of constantly falling and dying! Also the missions can get rather repetitive. And it can get tedious traveling from one mission to the next.
Summary: The game itself is decent on its own right, but i kind of bought this version for the collectable figure that comes with the game. The quality of the figure is ok, i was a little disappointed by it.
Summary: Hate me now, but i haven't seen the first movie. I saw Tron Legacy in theaters and i did like that movie, it seemed a great idea and playing it as a video is a fool proof idea. How can you mess up a movie tie-in game when the movie itself is about a video game?
Summary: As the title suggests, this game will most likely sell thanks to its namesake and all the fond memories that go along with it. Is that a bad thing, not really but is the trip down memory lane worth the cost of the full price of admission or should you wait and purchase your ticket when the prices...
Summary: A prequel to the movie TRON: LEGACY, TRON: EVOLUTION is a gloriously rendered game that examines in detail the events that led to Clu's rise in the world of the Grid. In the game you play Monitor, a program created by Flynn to investigate the death of the leader of the ISOs.
Summary: The game is fun...for a little while, but it gets old pretty darn fast. The collectors edition is the reason I bought it though. The light cycle in the case is very good looking and adds a fine touch to my collection of video game memorabilia.