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Tron 2.0 - PC

Platform : Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows XP
Rated: Teen
78 customer reviews
Metascore: 84 / 100

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  • Jet Bradley, the son of the film's hero Alan Bradley, must the same computerized dangers as his father. Identified as the source of a Virus threatening the future of computer systems worldwide, Jet will battle Digital opponents to save your reality.
  • Over 35 levels of challenging gameplay -- Race at the speed of light, fight off computer Viruses and engage in violent digital combat
  • Stunning next-generation graphics designed to impress you, as you explore new worlds like the Game Grid, Power Router, Infected Server and more
  • Impressive new lighting and visual effects combine with an innovative Upgrade system, designed to function like a program's subroutines -- all for a completely new kind of gaming experience
  • Thrilling multiplayer action in amazing digital arenas, for non-stop combat and strategy gaming
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Product Description

Based on the original 1982 sci-fi film, this action game propels you into an alternate universe inside a computer.

From the Manufacturer

TRON 2.0 is an action-packed story-driven title inspired by TRON, the groundbreaking science-fiction motion picture. The game takes place in present day, approximately 20 years after the events of the film. Playing as Jet Bradley, son of ENCOM programmer Alan Bradley from the movie, gamers are digitized into cyberspace and will race on light cycles, battle corruption both inside and outside of the computer world, and explore locations including the Internet Hub, Firewall, Corrupted Server and Light Cycle Game Grid.

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Platform: PC
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  • ASIN: B00007JZB3
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 7.2 x 1 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 26, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,246 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By D. K. Malone on September 22, 2003
Platform for Display: PC Verified Purchase
1) Old enough that you saw Tron in theaters in 1982

2) Loved the original Tron because you were a video game addict

3) You're still a video game addict today

4) You have an up to date machine with a good graphics card that can run Tron 2.0 at full bore

If that's you, I can almost guarantee you'll love this game. It's a solid FPS adventure game that should please any Tron fan. The light cycle mini game itself is like a dream from 20 years ago come true. Highly addictive. The general gameplay isn't anything revolutionary, but it does what it does well. There's plenty of variety, though it boils down to "traditional" FPS motifs: explore everywhere possible, find keys to open locked doors, kill enemies (before they know you're there, if possible.) The look of the Tron world is a true delight, and the new "glow" effect that was developed specifically for this game is a joy to behold. They really did a great job of mimicking the atmosphere of the movie.

And y'know, even if none of the above applies to you, there's still a good chance you'll like this if you simply enjoy a good FPS romp in general.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Nordo on December 12, 2003
Platform for Display: PC
Whether or not you'll like TRON 2.0 probably depends on how much you liked TRON the movie. If the only thing you hated about TRON was that there wasn't enough of it, this is your game. If you don't care about TRON, you might not be able to get all the possible enjoyment out of 2.0.
FPS-wise, TRON is kind of lousy. Some problems are major, like the "quick save syndrome" Unless you play at the easiest setting, you're probably going to die, A LOT. Tough enemies and pits will wear you down to a frustrated nub as you're forced to play probably 50% of all the battles or jumping puzzles in the game twice or more.
What is good or innovative about the game is often hampered by niggling flaws, most important of which is subroutines. As you progress in the game, you'll collect "subroutine" upgrades that will expand your abilities. You can only equip a limited amount at a time, so it's up to you to customize your loadout for various situations. The problem with this is that weapons (aside from the basic four), are also subroutines and they have to be installed if you want to use the weapon. This means that everytime you want to snipe some guy, you have to go into your subroutines, shuffle them around to fit the sniper gun, shoot the guy, go back and reset your SRs to the way they were... It's obnoxious. Also, the game occasionally gives you a chance to upgrade a routine if you can find the somewhat hidden optimizers. While at first this seems like you have some choice over your character's progression, that's not really the case. I almost always chose to upgrade a routine that the game was going to upgrade for me anyway about 10 minutes down the road. Again, it's obnoxious and you will swear loudly.
The weapons are mostly trite, with the exception of the disc.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By JAEF on August 31, 2003
Platform for Display: PC
Let me first say that I don't care about graphics in a game as long as I can see what I'm doing. Now that that's said, this game is visually STUNNING. The environments are wonderfully detailed and the glow effects are flashy enough without being blinding. Everywhere you go you will be bombarded with amazing level design and wonderful graphics. My machine is an Athlon 1.67 GHz, 768 DDR RAM, GeForce 4 MX 64MB. Even on medium settings, this game looked top of the line and, most of all, ran SMOOTHLY. Loading times were also quite short. Onto the gameplay!
This is formost a First Person Shooter and secondly an RPG. There's a smattering of weapons, but the one you'll be using most is the Disc, which is quite different from the guns of traditional FPS games and is very refreshing. As you move through the game and slay enemies, a large story unfolds continuing twenty years after the movie, with frequent references back to what happened in the time between the movie and the game, explaining what went on. You also pick up various "programs" which do various things for you (which is where the RPG element comes in.)
There are programs that defend different parts of your body (did I mention the body part hit detection?), weapons programs (sniper rifle, multiple discs, exploding ball, blaster, etc.), and miscellanious programs which, say, make you jump higher or tell you the health of your enemies.
The lightcycles are masterfully done, however there is NO online lightcycle play. There *is* LAN play, but unfortunately I hear it still lags. There IS online disc arena play, which is quite enjoyable. Tron 2.0 is (very much needed) shot to the arm of the FPS genre. Beautiful graphics, complex yet intuitive gameplay, and the goods far, FAR outweigh the few small bugs and annoyances. If you like FPS, if you like Tron, heck, even if you don't, buy this game.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ethan D Van Vorst on November 12, 2005
Platform for Display: PC
After reading through several of the reviews here I've noticed that the single most common denominator is that the majority of us are 30-something males who saw this movie in the early 80's and have had a deep affection for the basic idea of it all. I mean, c'mon now, who wouldn't want a few days *inside* the computer in neon highlighted clothes while throwing a guided Identity Disc at people and get to drive around in a Light Cycle? No other movie I can think of screams for some kind of sequel quite the way TRON does (especially in todays' computer-driven world), and Buena Vista has tried to fill the gap with this awe-inspiring game.

The plot revolves around an encroaching data corruption plague that threatens the computers of ENCOM, against the backdrop of a hostile takeover from rival corporation FCon (on paper it sounds like a Bill Gates-like boredom fest in the making, but it works out quite well). The main protagonist is Jet Bradley, son of Alan Bradley (voiced by Bruce Boxleitner himself), who is sucked into the computer world, a la Flynn, by Alan's brainchild computer program Ma3a (voiced by Cindy Morgan, Yori/Lora of the original movie). Needless to say the storyline is intriguing and wonderfully put into the aspect of the Digital World with such panache that I wonder how this game didn't do better sales than it did.

Graphics wise this game is a virtual feast for the eyes. Where Doom 3 might hold the title for most visually realistic FPS this game is by far the most beautiful. Syd Meade's virtual world comes completely alive in this game, and to get to be *in* it is a dream come true. Almost every surface of every character and object is gorgeously highlighted by the cool neon lines of Tron-esque cyberspace.
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