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Tron 2.0 Review

Guest Author - Lisa Shea

Tron 2.0 is a computer game that lets you enjoy many different types of gameplay, from shooting to puzzles and racing!

Based on the classic sci-fi movie Tron, this game sets you in the 'future' where you are Jet Bradley, the son of the original Alan Bradley. Once again you're inside a computer trying to get out.


It's amazing how far technology has come since those early days of Tron, and this game really shows it off. The graphics are great and really do an excellent job of having you feel like you're inside the movie. The sounds are just as good, reinforcing that idea. I highly recommend you rent the movie and watch it before you play, so you can appreciate just what a good job they did.

Of course a great atmosphere can't make up for poor gameplay, but this is another area that Tron 2.0 shines. There is combat that is fast and furious with a variety of weapons, plus other games like the light cycle strategy that I've always enjoyed so much.

You can play single player through the various areas or go on the net if you want to have a virtual world battle in a virtual world!

Buy Tron 2.0 from Amazon.com
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