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  • Summary: TRON: Evolution is an immersive 3rd person action-adventure game that pulls the player into the unique digital world of TRON. Gamers explore TRON's cities using the free running phenomenon Parkour, navigate among unique rebel factions, and fight an epic battle against a dictator's seeminglyTRON: Evolution is an immersive 3rd person action-adventure game that pulls the player into the unique digital world of TRON. Gamers explore TRON's cities using the free running phenomenon Parkour, navigate among unique rebel factions, and fight an epic battle against a dictator's seemingly unstoppable army in the prequel story to the blockbuster film, TRON: Legacy. Expand
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  1. An enjoyable electro-frisbee to the face. [Spring 2011, p.115]
  2. 60
    And perhaps that's why Tron: Evolution feels so disappointing–it replaces too many ideas with not enough.
  3. Jan 10, 2011
    50
    The PSP version of Tron: Evolution, unfortunately, is a big delusion. The title isn't a total disaster, but is almost impossible to recommend the purchase. Tedious and not very stimulating, Tron's fans would do better to opt for the 360/PS3 version of the game.
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  1. Dec 20, 2010
    6
    It's based on solid and varied gameplay mechanics, including fighting & platforming, cycle racing & battles, tank battles and rails shooting,It's based on solid and varied gameplay mechanics, including fighting & platforming, cycle racing & battles, tank battles and rails shooting, all of which are done quite well, and has excellent graphics and sound, but there is no animation or gameplay to tie the game modes together... the story is 'You must win the games.', and it all ends up feeling a bit empty and pointless... and short. It took about 3 hours to finish. There is some replay value here, but not enough to justify full retail price. End of line. Expand