- Summary: Set during the era between the two TRON films, TRON: Evolution conveys the story of significant events within the TRON mythology. The game features an epic adventure across a massive digital world filled with high-mobility disc-based combat and advanced light cycles. TRON: Evolution is one of the keys to unlocking the TRON mythology. The game's story takes place before the film "TRON: Legacy" events and provides insight into the film's past. As an integrated entertainment experience, the film references elements of the game's story. As part of the connection between the game and film, actress Olivia Wilde stars as Quorra in TRON: Evolution. Wilde's voice and likeness as Quorra provide players with another direct link to the film as they discover how earlier events within the world of TRON shape her character’s future. [Disney Interactive Studios]… Expand
Dec 15, 201083The game gains points because of its visuals and sound but the lack of any new innovations will keep this title from gaining any momentum beyond the TRON fan base. I am scoring this game as a fan of the TRON universe, for individuals not yet a fan you can take off at least 5 points from the score.
Dec 17, 201045When all is said and done, it is difficult to recommend TRON: Evolution as a game. Though it expands on some of the background leading up to the new film and gives us a bit more insight into Quorra's character, suffering through the tedious gameplay segments just isn't worth it, even for a hardcore fan.
9Short and simple if you like Tron you'll like this game. The campaign is decent, its telling you the story that leads up to the Tron:Legacy movie. Where the game really gets addicting when when you jump into the on-line matches. Definitely worth checking out despite what the critics have said.… Expand
Tron: Evolution, a story bridge between the Original Tron, and the upcoming Sequel, Tron Legacy. The game tells the story through a non-vocal, faceless character, Anon (Anonymous anyone?) , a system monitoring program. While the story holds solid, it is kept shallow by few details, and often moments that pull you out and make you realize your playing a game. Pros:
-The Second Modern Tron game, and the first considered canon.
-graphics and sounds are quite amazing, especialy for a movie tie-in/prequel.
-Animation and general feel and good, as well as keeping that "Tron" Atmosphere.
-Control scheme lacks on vehicles.
-learning curve so steep, it might as well be ninety degrees.
-buggy camera that likes to clip occasionally.
-Incredibly difficult, even on easy, requires patience and will to play.
-Awkward multiplayer setup, and lack of original game modes.
Even thought the cons seem to outweigh the pro's, the game holds together, although not for the mainstream. In the end, it does what its meant to do, tell the player whats happening between Tron's, and entertain them. I recommend purchasing, as light cycles alone are worth it.… Expand
Tron: Evolution is a action, platformer and has a level up system like most good RPGs, but is it a good game? First of all, only if you enjoy platforming! If you hate platformers turn back now. If you love platforming and heart pounding light cycle chases then this is the game for you. It has its anoying "I thought that the wall was climbable but then I fell and died" moments but it's still a good platformer. The combat is intense as you use different disks that you get by leveling up to defeat you foes and each enemy has a weakness to a certain disk. Buy the game used at a good price and you won't feel ripped off when you play this. It's a great game and you should play it if you like TRON, now!… Expand
The claw is cooler than the halberd so this game is obviously bk. I mean the movie itself was arguably the worst movie ever due to the low realism contested by other movies and games such as the ever realistic call of duty franchise or the social network. this game is not worth the money, you should buy a Ferrari instead of this bad kid game.… Expand