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Tron: Evolution

by Disney Interactive
 Ages 12 and Over
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)

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Platform: PLAYSTATION 3
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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PLAYSTATION 3
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  • ASIN: B0030T1430
  • Release Date: 26 Nov 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,906 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PLAYSTATION 3

Manufacturer's Description

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 (VG) 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. He was also a major influence in the creation of the worldwide premiere trailer.

The action gameplay will have players moving throughout a huge world, battling enemies both on foot and on light cycle

The game 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 game features elements synonymous to the TRON world The iconic light cycles are 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.

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.

TRON: Evolution for PlayStation 3 has 3D support and Move functionality

TRON: Evolution Multiplayer Fact Sheet

  • The TRON: Evolution multiplayer modes feature 10-player online competitive multiplayer with programs battling on game grids based within the franchise.
  • Like the single player experience, players move through environments using free roaming, climbing and vehicles while battling with high mobility combat and discs
  • The game will include four multiplayer maps each allowing four multiplayer modes.
  • On the release date, two more free maps are scheduled to be available as downloadable content by using a code found in the game case.
  • More maps and game content are scheduled to be available as downloadable content after release.
  • Online multiplayer games can include both players and AI bots in the two maps featuring close-quarters combat. Players can choose teams that include players and AI bots or join together on one team to battle a team of AI bots in a co-op set-up.
  • With persistent character progression, players can level up their character either in single-player mode or online multiplayer mode. Their character’s status will carry over to both modes. For example, a player can level up his or her character in single player mode and then take that character with advanced weapons and protection into the online multiplayer combat.
  • In single-player mode, players can choose quickly to be transported into multiplayer arenas. Their single-player game is automatically saved.

Vehicles

Light Cycles

  • Players will have the choice of selecting among three light cycles as they progress through the game. The three light cycles have different handling and features.
  • In two of the maps, all players can transform into light cycles at any time to move freely around the environments.
  • The light cycles are fast, nimble vehicles that leave light trails that can derezz opponents.
  • Players can also throw their disc at enemies while moving on certain light cycles
  • Light cycles can turn both on arcs or on right angles

Tanks

  • The two vehicle maps also have tanks available.
  • Tanks are available to the first player to access them.
  • The tanks provide the advantage of being strong and powerful but are also slow.
  • With the proper skill and strategy, players on foot and on light cycles can destroy tanks.

Map Overview

There will be four online multiplayer maps each suited for different styles of combat and strategy. Half are larger maps that enable players to transform into light cycles or access one of the limited tanks on the map.

The names of the maps and descriptions are:

  • Defrag – This map takes place on the outskirts of the cities. This is a large map featuring vehicles
  • Circuit Board – This is another large map with platforms and vehicles
  • Hard Disk – This is a medium-sized map with movement on foot only and vertical architecture enabling free roaming movement and climbing
  • Heat Sink – This is another medium-sized map with movement on foot only and a vertical structure

Modes

Four game modes are available for each map. The modes provide a variety of gameplay challenges for players of all skill levels.

  • Disintegration – Players compete individually to derezz their opponents most. The player with the highest derezz total, having wiped out the most players, wins.
  • Team Disintegration – Teams compete to derezz the other team’s players.
  • Bit Runner – A central bit is available to be acquired. Teams compete to pick up the bit and stay on the grid while the other team attempts to derezz the bit runner and acquire the bit. The team with the most points holding the bit wins.
  • Power Monger – Teams compete to secure capture points. Energy nodes have to be linked in order to gain points.

Pick-Ups

Each map features various pick-ups that enable players to acquire advantageous powers

  • Overcharge (appearing like a DNA strand) – This pick-up enables players to refill their health and energy.
  • User Mode (appearing as the TRON symbol) – This enables the player to be impervious to attacks for a limited time.
  • Equalizer – This pick-up enables players to have a one-hit derezz of their opponents for a limited time.

Product Description


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

The game story takes place before the film begins. The game 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 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 see locations, vehicle and weapons unique to the Evolution video game as you make new allies and new enemies. TRON (VG) stars Olivia Wilde as Quorra and Bruce Boxleitner as Tron, reprising their roles from the upcoming Tron: Legacy.

The game features 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 game features elements synonymous to the TRON world The iconic light cycles are 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.

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

The player 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


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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Tron is Prince of Persion in neon 29 Nov 2010
By Master
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
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. 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).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun and Frustration 17 Feb 2011
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I read through previous reviews about the game being the Prince of Persia in Neon and they're completely true, but I loved the Prince of Persia games and when I first started playing this game I really enjoed it too. But there are those moments that make you switch off the console in annoyance. For example the first time you take on a tank - I nearly threw my controller at the TV - but once you go past the annoyances it's actually a brilliant game in my opinion. The storyline is a decent link between the two movies and it's actually quite enjoyable to watch the cutscenes just to find out what's happening. Controls can be a little annoying leaving you shouting at your character. I have Playstation Move but have no idea how to use it in this game. Online play is pretty impressive and it's fun to just hop onto a light cycle whenever you want. Soundtrack is the same soundtrack used in the new movie and it's fantastic! It adds to the fantastic use the developers put the enviroment to, even though it's a limited colour range, it still looks beautiful.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By Keith_Joseph HALL OF FAME TOP 50 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
My son [14] always liked the original sequel Tron PC game 'TRON-2' dating from 2003 [a sequel movie was on the cards back them, but only that visually outstanding PC game was created]. Tron 2 was a first person shooter and if anything the visual style of that old game is even better than this second sequel 'Tron evolution' and Tron-2 actually starred Bruce Boxleitner reprising his role from the original movie as Alan Bradley. It's not that this new game doesn't look great, but its third person gameplay does affect the graphics a tad. Still there's plenty of cool dropships, tanks and light cycles, and here you can switch to the light cycle anytime, plus there's both campaign and on-line gaming where your laser disc still has its uses. Predictably Tron: Evolution is also set inside the computer and all the imagery is familiar to any who have seen the original 1982 movie [my son had already seen and enjoyed Tron]. The word TRON is a 1980s Hewlett Packard BASIC debugging command and stands aptly for Trace ON. Interestingly first use of the term 'users' is credited to the influential 1982 TRON movie.

The startlingly original visuals for the Tron universe were created by comic book artist Jean Giraud (aka Moebius), with the vehicle designs (including Sark's aircraft carrier, the iconic light cycles, the tank and the solar sailer) created by industrial designer Syd Mead, of Blade Runner fame. Visually the new movie and this tie-in game are true to that original Tron universe - it's more a new hi-res version than a complete upgrade. Tron: evolution's storyline follows the uprising of the rogue code and "a new threat rises, a new destiny awaits and Tron is reborn" - watch the trailers for more.
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1.0 out of 5 stars awful 8 April 2013
By Sighsez
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Verified Purchase
This game is awful, dont buy it, the graphics are ok, probably wont date very well though.,but its a waste of a good oppurtunity, a whole city and landscape set up by the movie for free roaming gaming, with charectors and ample opportunity for side missions , storylines etc. But, no, its bad control system and tired platforming levels and linear gameplay drag it down and down. A franchise wasted.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Fun game if you are a fan of Tron.. 18 Mar 2013
By Desiree
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Being a big fan of the Tron universe, I believe this game is worth a try, if for no better reason, at least because you get a chance to drive both light tank and light cycle, which are good fun. Besides from that, the game does not offer much more than jump/run/walk-on-walls/fight and, as other reviewers already pointed out, you'll find yourself doing these very same things from the beginning til the final chapter. The visuals from the Tron world are simply beautiful (you get to see three cities, a vast amount of outlands and the inside of an interceptor) but unfortunately you have no freedom of wandering around, not even a bit. The story too is quite dull, but being a movie tie-in, I wasn't expecting much.
From the mere technical point of view, commands are easy, reasonably responsive; one very annoying thing is the camera, which more than often seems to have a (wrong) mind of its own which leads your poor character to undeserved death.
My overall opinion of this game is "it's ok"; don't bother trying it if you are not a fan of the franchise however, you would probably get bored by it in an hour or two. I would not have completed it myself if it were not set in the Tron universe, but I loved the visuals and driving the light tank and this was enough to win four stars from me!
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Published 8 days ago by david lane
5.0 out of 5 stars verry good
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Published 19 months ago by erik Nijssen
3.0 out of 5 stars Seems decent
So far so good, as a Tron fan I thought I'd try this. Story wise is okay and the gameplay is alright too.
Published 19 months ago by Joe
5.0 out of 5 stars Reliable
Punctual service, there was nothing to like or dislike regarding this product, would reccomend to someone who loved the films
Published 20 months ago by RBE7190
5.0 out of 5 stars Tron Evolution PS3
Reviewed by child. You can go on lightcycles which is the best thing on the game and you can also throw your identity disc which is on your back. Read more
Published on 15 Oct 2011 by Spike
1.0 out of 5 stars No invert-X option for right stick :. unplayable for me
I love Tron and this games looks great. My kids tell me it's a lot of fun. This evening I sat down to play it so, as usual in any 3D game that I play, I went straight to the... Read more
Published on 28 Aug 2011 by paulb00th
4.0 out of 5 stars Really Good Game
I was hesitant about buying this game at first because it had received some pretty bad reviews in places. I'm glad I didn't let this put me off as this is a great game. Read more
Published on 6 July 2011 by Santer
4.0 out of 5 stars Tron Evolution: A Great Game
Tron evolution, well what can is say: Graphics, excellent, Story, excellent, multiplayer mode, amazing. Read more
Published on 29 May 2011 by J lukaszczyk
2.0 out of 5 stars Tron: Embarrassment
The original `Tron' is a cult film that achieved better success as a game tie-in that it did a film. Can the same be said of `Tron: Evolution' the latest tie-in to a Tron film? Read more
Published on 24 May 2011 by Sam Tyler
2.0 out of 5 stars Tron Evolution
The game was not upt to the expected satisfaction but with regard to the delivery of the product i am satisified with the suppliers services and prompt response.
Published on 11 April 2011 by sassg
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