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TRON Evolution (PlayStation Move Compatible)

Released on 26 November 2010

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (8 customer reviews) | Write a review

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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 seemingly unstoppable army in the prequel story to the blockbuster film, TRON: Legacy.

TRON Evolution is one of the keys to unlocking the TRON mythology

The game's story takes place before the film begins. The game's release prior to the film means fans get time to experience the new TRON world on a next-gen game platform. The TRON film features dialogue and story that will connect to its story's past, which players will experience in the video game

In the game, you play as a program named "Anon" (Anonymous) and as you venture through the TRON world discovering the reason behind the Abraxas viral outbreak, you'll see locations, vehicle and weapons unique to the Evolution video game as you make new allies and new enemies. TRON Evolution stars Olivia Wilde as Quorra and Bruce Boxleitner as Tron, reprising their roles from the upcoming Tron: Legacy.

The collaboration between the film development story and the film production is significant.

Propaganda maintained a close collaboration with the film producers to understand details on the aesthetics of the TRON world and story of the franchise - frequent meetings took place in Vancouver during principal shooting and the relationship continues to be tight during game production and film post-production.

Director Joseph Kosinski plays a key role in collaborating on the creation of the game. He's consulted on the look and gameplay.

TRON Evolution features persistent player progression - connecting a player's offline experience with their online experience

The player's results during their offline game affect their online game and vice versa Meaning that if the player comes to a disc station at level 5 during their single player story mode game, they can go online and level up their character to say level 7 and possibly earn a new disc type. That new level and disc variation are then bought back into the single player game exactly where the player left off.
  • Disney announced at E3 2010 that Tron Evolution will be compatible with the newly unveiled PlayStation Move
  • TRON Evolution features "high mobility combat," enabling the player to run and jump around the world both to fight enemies with disc based and melee combat. The player uses a parkour style movement to explore and climb the new digital world of Tron
  • The iconic light cycles return as advanced versions that take on a major component in the game to enable racing and grid combat
  • The player will experience the digital TRON world and interact with different inhabitants of the cyber universe
  • The story takes place across a digital world with unique locations that expand for miles

customer Reviews

 Average rating (8 reviews)

 Tron is like Prince of Persion in neon

| | See all Monkeybrain's reviews (17)

First off I would give this 4 stars but I gave it 5 to raise the average after scoframatt's awful review.

The game plays out a lot like the good prince of persia games so if you like them you'll like this. The controls are great and are not complicated. You actually have to think about what you are doing and how to traverse the environments rather than it be on rails, again much like Prince of persia. If I have fallen off and died its my own fault for not doing what I should have and no fault of the games design, I expect the previous reviewer would prefer if there wasnt any challenge and the game played on rails. The combat has been deliberately designed to make sure you keep moving and not just stand there and button mash. To be more powerful you need to use acrobatics and disc moves to dominate your opponents. The lightcycles require getting used to as you need to memorise the level. It's very easy to fall off and die. These sections can be tricky but they are a lot of fun. The game also supports Playstation Move for the lightcycle sections (PS3 version only) for added immersion.The tank levels are fun as you feel very overpowered compared to the competition.

I haven't tried the online yet as I have been focusing on the singleplayer but it does look very impressive. Any experience points and upgrades you unlock online can also be used in the single player mode.

The graphics in the game are great and despite a limited colour scope (black and neon colours). The lighting and reflections make things seem real in a unreal world. Speaking of Unreal it uses the Unreal engine and holds up very well. The backgrounds make the scope of the environments look epic. The cinematics can look brilliant at times but sometimes it looks worse than the ingame graphics. This is mainly because the game looks so sharp and vibrant that the cutscenes look soft by comparrison. The game can also be played in 3D on compatable televisions (PS3 version only).

Sound design is top notch and the voiceovers are very accurate. Not all the cast from the new film lent their voice to the game but the stand ins fit perfectly. The music matches the mood of the game and sounds a bit retro (like the 80's film). The game also supports DTS audio (PS3 version only) which is better than the standard Dolby Digital.

The story is quite essential if you like the Tron universe. It is basically the second part of a trilogy. It links directly into the new film, and the film does reference events that happen in the game, and believe me there are big events that happen in this game. The Tron universe is represented very well.

So for fans of the film it is essential. It plays great, looks great and has an essential story. For non fans it is a great game that you will enjoy. It also serves are a good introduction to the new enhanced Tron universe that will be in cinemas in December 2010.


This review only applies to the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game. The versions on other platforms are not the same and I have not played them. Both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions are exactly the same with the exception of 3D graphics, Motion control and DTS sound which are exclusive to the PS3 version.

 TRON Evolution

| | See all johngarrett's reviews (65)

i think scoframatt this is the best game yet that I have played I think the neg feedback is because he has not finished it me Im on chapter 3 and I love it some parts of the game are hard but most games do this you have to think about it If the film is anything to go by the game it will be a box office seller my last word 1010

 Avoid like the palgue

| | See all scoframatt's reviews (1)

I so wanted to like this game after waiting 29 years for TRON to have a sequal. Big fan of the film. This is simply to worst game I have ever had on any console. It makes you wonder if the developers actually played it. It is so hard to navigate jumping of walls, and hitting magpoints. 9 times out of 10 you just fall and derez, and have to start again. This is harder than Mario Galaxy for platform antics and far far more frustrating. The cut scenes do not fade in and out, but are just that cut....leaving you sometimes thinking if you have missed the last half a second of speach, and they are really fuzzy in comparison to the rest of the game. It is a shame I so wanted to love this game....I hope the film is better. The game is now on my pile of "to be traded in" I gave it 4 hours, but it became too frustrating dying over and over again to bother to continue. Like I said in the title, avoid at all costs, if you love TRON this may tarnish your opinion of the franchise.


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I thought this looked amazing but as soon as it started I knew straight away that I'd bought a turkey - it's truly awful. The gameplay is a direct rip off of Prince of Persia with you wall running and lots of jumping. Combat is boring and repetetive with constantly respawning enemies and it's just a case of lobbing your frisbee at them a couple of times. Hopefully it will improve, but right now (about 20 mins in) it's really dull and boring. Prob worth a couple of quid if that.

 A lot of fun for TRON fans

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If you liked the TRON and TRON LEGACY movies, you will probably really like this game as it uncover a lot of mysteries and events taking place between those two movies.
It plays a bit like Prince of Persia but thanks to frequent checkpoints, you don't feel frustrated whenever you die.
Intense disc fights, lightcycle pursuits... I am almost at the end of the game as I write this review and want to play even more. I generally don't like multiplayer but here I will probably give it a go to be able to play more and enjoy some free roaming lightcycle fights.

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Rating12+ (PEGI)