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I was hesitatnt to rent, Tron: Legacy, as i am not a big fan of Disney games/movies. But sadly i was suckered into it by friends. I rented. I played. I beat. And gladly..... I enjoyed. here's why:
Graphics/Sound: Both are crisp and very breathtaking. Not extremely good, like Fallout 3 or let's say, Modern Warfare series, but it still surprised me to see such well graphics on this game.
Storyline: So if it's so great, why did i give it a 8? Because the storyline was not just very good, but very SHORT and bugged me when it ended, although it ended with a good climax. Enough to please you for say.... well it took me a mere 2 days so....
Gameplay: Plays like a 3rd-Person action game, where you wield a variety of weapons- ranged and melee- against a variety of d enemies - terrifyingly difficult to laughibly easy- in a world where everything is not as it seems. gameplay is fresh and quite intense, something i have been looking for a long time now.
Conclusion: Rent it, definitly, and if you liked it enough to excuse the few quirks and the extrmeley short storyline then you should buy it. Have a happy Christmas though!
I was looking forward to playing this game and I will say that I wasn't too disappointed. The visuals were pretty good and the gameplay was not bad. However, this game was not great. I just sent it back earlier today without ever completing the game. The reason was because it did not maintain my attention. The whole point of the game is really just to witness the events that happened between Tron and Tron Legacy. Other than that, I did not see much purpose to the game other than wanting to know what it felt like to run around in Tron's world. Since there did not seem to be any basic plot to the game other than to trail Quora around and fight the infected, there just wasn't much motivation to finish the game.