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GF Rating
5.6

1266 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
3

Bad

hate this game

posted by gatorchron (LAS VEGAS, NV) Mar 19, 2014

Member since Oct 2012

i want to love this game so bad but so bad i cant handle it the control is aweful the camera is everywhere other words bad but the game play & graphics its ok you will die alot in this game because your character cant jump has good. the some enemy can make u mad they do the same move over & over tell u fall off the edge even when you try dodge there move they still hit you haven't try online because i know its dead but think god i didn't try it. If you going rent it or buy it don't trust me don't get it.

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GF Rating
8

Very Good

Tron.

posted by hevinlyreign (SPOKANE, WA) Jan 31, 2014

Member since May 2012

If you love Tron, then you'll love this game. It is a prequel to the movie. It is very stylized and looks, sounds amazing. The game is short. The game is great when you think that Disney owns the rights, then it is the best Disney released game for adults. I felt the game was rushed to be released and could have been an amazing game, the following for Tron was small and the movie didn't have the following that Disney was hoping for, so not enough was done with this game, but still, in my opinion, an amazing game. Worth a rent, not worth $60 new.

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GF Rating
4

Weak

Great concept with some things lacking

posted by KalEl77 (APOPKA, FL) Mar 27, 2013

Member since Mar 2013

I love that they did a game in between the movies, rather than the usual rehash of the plot, but the locations and plotlines often seemed very similar to the new movie. The game mechanics were very fast moving and the auto save and "derezzing" mechanic was a very nice method for the player to learn the game. However, those two mechanics also made it impossible to go back and get the missing pieces you must collect without replaying the whole level, which made the game seem rather forced and often frustrating.

The advancement also seemed uneven. I was about 2/3 of the way through the story when I stopped playing, and I had gained enough for about 10% of the upgrades (a liberal estimate). There were a couple of points where I stopped to battle multiple waves of enemies to gain extra XP to tackle this problem, but if you derez before a checkpoint, that extra XP goes away, so this tactic might work, but may be a waste of time.

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