Return to the world of TRON with TRON RUN/r, a new lightning fast, action-adventure runner with a twist! Hone your DISC and CYCLE skills, then challenge the grueling STREAM program that throws endless combinations of modes and levels at you until you crash – how long can you survive?
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Release Date: Feb 16, 2016

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May 31

Outlands Pack DLC and Soundtrack Available Now

Greeting Programs:

We are pleased to announce the release of the massive new Outlands Pack DLC, which includes:

  • 16 all-new levels set in the vast wasteland beyond the boundaries of The Grid
  • 20 STREAM track elements ratchet up the difficulty of RUN/r's already-insane endless mode
  • 5 new characters taken from TRON Uprising: Tron, Quorra, Paige, General Tesler, Ada
  • 3 new cycles: Beck’s Light Cycle, Modern Light Cycle, Armored Light Cycle
Outlands is accompanied by the release of the TRON RUN/r Original Soundtrack featuring the original score by Giorgio Moroder and co-composer Raney Shockne, and remixes by Autechre, Bibio, Darkstar, patten, Plaid and Rusko who add their own flourishes and power you through a shattering TRON universe.


- The Disney Big Picture Team

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Special Editions

TRON RUN/r Deluxe Edition
The TRON RUN/r Deluxe Edition/Season Pass includes the core game, a Season Pass to all planned add-on content and an award of in-game currency. Deluxe Edition purchasers will receive 18 additional levels, 8 additional STREAM track elements (STREAM combination multiplier), 6 light cycles and 3 suits for the core game, an award of in-game currency, PLUS the massive OUTLANDS Pack featuring an alternate game theme, 16 additional levels and 20 new STREAM track elements.

TRON RUN/r Ultimate Edition
The TRON RUN/r Ultimate Edition includes the core game, a Season Pass to all planned add-on content, an award of in-game currency and adds an exclusive eight-song soundtrack featuring remixes of Giorgio Moroder and Raney Shockne’s mighty score and a second “giftable” install of the core game.

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Return to the world of TRON with TRON RUN/r, a new lightning fast, action-adventure racing game with a twist! Blaze through dynamic circuits, facing-off against virulent adversaries while taking on all challengers.

Pack your loadouts with dozens of combinations of cycles, suits and powerups. Hone your DISC and CYCLE skills on the 32 included levels, then challenge your friends to the grueling STREAM program that throws endless combinations of modes and levels at you until you crash - how long can you survive? The one who outlasts all tops the leaderboard!

New music from EDM godfather Giorgio Moroder and Raney Shockne, and remixes by Autechre, Bibio, patten, Joywave and others power you through this dazzling TRON universe. Just when you think you’ve mastered it all, you’ll discover there’s more here than meets the eye . . .

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7/8 64-bit
    • Processor: Quad-core Intel or AMD, 2.5 GHz or faster
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 11 compatible graphics card
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 10
I waited until the game was on sale but was very interested in its bright, colorful graphics and thumping soundtrack. As I'm already a fan of Tron, I may be a bit biased in praising the game.

However, as far as runners go it offers some of the most variety beyond the simple platforming / dodging of the genre.

I am not a fan of the lightcycle / bike segments in the title, as they feel pretty clumsy with the driving. The on-foot segments shine though and have abilities you can equip before going into the levels to amplify your score or wipe out an entire section of obstructions at once.

The ability to customize your character / cycle, as well as Interesting platforming variety with rails to grind on, walls to run on, a double jump + glide, slide, and tank fire to dodge while taking out enemies invading the area.

The effects, fluidity, and soundtrack all go well together. If you're into the colorful effects and overall digital world of Tron, or just wanting to give the "Runner" genre a try, this is a title I'd recommend.
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351 of 402 people (87%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 18
I also covered this game on YouTube:

This game has a cool core idea but also feels like some kind of twisted marketing experiment by Disney to see what players would let them get away with. It's shallow, it's buggy and it's full of microtransaction scumminess that would barely be acceptable in a free-to-play game but is in full force in one that costs a minimum of $20.

The basic idea is cool. It's a score attack runner game that has two modes, one on foot and one in light cycles. Each mode has their own levels, mechanics and challenges and despite a lacking sense of speed, everything feels fluid, responsive and it's actually quite fun. Though there are only 16 levels for each mode, plus a randomly generated endless mode where you race for time instead of score, you're encouraged to replay levels for better scores and there can be a decent number of hours involved in completing everything if that's your thing.

Where this completely breaks down is with the powerups and the microtransactions tied to them. Yes, this is a minimum $20 game that has microtransactions. Now, they're very much optional and grinding out in-game currency to buy powerups actually doesn't take that long. That said, the powerups are single use so you might have to grind a lot. Where this falls apart is YOU CAN BUY POWER! There are powerups that will both double your combo accumulation AND double your score! You can literally buy higher scores on the leaderboards. This completely renders the core competitive loop of this game worthless as it's not a level playing field and those willing to grind or spend money do better by default. For that reason alone, you shouldn't buy this game. This is a business model that deserves to fail.

The game looks very good and nails the TRON aesthetic but the PC version is a mess. You can only quit the game by pressing ESC on the title screen, something not documented anywhere. You can't rebind any of the controls. There are UI glitches, especially in the Stream endless mode. Load times are long, even on high-end machines and as of writing, the leaderboards which you can buy your way up on don't even work! Every time I try to bring them up, it sits at Loading and never shows anything.

There's a great TRON-inspired idea here but the game is buggy, overpriced for what you get and the microtransaction strategy ruins it. I'd expect this in a free-to-play mobile game, not a $20 PC release. Such potential wasted. DON'T BUY THIS!
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118 of 149 people (79%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 17
30 years into video games for the PC, one shouldn't be complaining that they can't reconfigure the keyboard controls. But here I am, complaining that I can't reconfigure the keyboard controls. And while the game is pretty looking, it's completely reptitive. If you like games that are more about memorizing patterns than strategic gameplay, this is good for you. But if you're looking for any kind of variety, you're out of luck. The game also seems to be nothing but a front for a pay-to-win cash store. No difficulty mode, and very hard for a casual gamer. After two hours of play, I didn't manage to complete a single mission, and I'm hardly the worst gamer ever. I knew this wasn't going to be Tron 2.0, but I didn't expect the light-cycle equilivant of bullet hell. Coming out when this did, one assumes the makers were hoping that more Tron content would help revitalize interest in the franchise, but all it really does is represent a final nail in the coffin.
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55 of 71 people (77%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
6.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 21
Previously recommended during the early access period. This game had a ton of potential during the 2-3 months of early access. The developer picked up on some of the community requested features and tried their best to implement as much as they possibly could. Unfortunately, I now see that a lot of those community ideas were instead used to generate cash grab opportunities for Disney. I won't hold this against Sanzaru Games as they have done an incredible job nailing the look and feel of this universe. Everything else is politics on Disney's end.

Positive Impressions
-Gameplay is solid. No input delay. Run, jump, glide, slide, wall run, attack, Tony Hawk 360 skatepark and light cycle your way to the finish. Supports keyboard + mouse and controller.
-Visually a very beautiful game and manages to capture the neon-glow vibrance of the TRON universe. Colour palette is buffed slightly from TRON: Evolution.
-Soundtrack is solid and adds a level of depth and dramatic feel to the whole experience.
-Steam achievements for the 100% go-getter.

Negative Impressions
-No tangible story or anything of substance to back some sort of continuity for the player. I realise this may not be a necessary feature for most runner games, but the desire to progress slowly deteriorates as repetiveness takes over soon after the first few missions (with the exception of boss encounters). The currently available 32 levels becomes a chore rather than an exhilerating journey with a justifiable cause to progress.
-Leaderboard is forever loading. This game is far from a 'finished' product.
-I previously reported randomly losing health and hero suddenly turning invisible during the running segments whilst under early access. I continue to experience these bugs.
-Performance issues continue to persist since day one of early access despite numerous reviewers and members of the community being vocal about stability issues. Some bugs (like those mentioned above) and frame rate issues continue to persist.
-Light cycle segments are an absolute drag. The developers should have focused solely on the running segments with newer and more intuitive features. The light cycle portions just don't feel right at all.
-Main menu? What main menu. There is no such thing here! No options menu unless you hit escape, and no way to exit the game unless you return to the very top menu and hit escape.
-The base game will set you back by £14.99 and an optional £19.00 for the ultimate upgrade. That totals to £33.99. Slightly overzealous, don't you think Disney? I purchased this during early access and splashed £6.99. THAT should be the price for the current content available in the base game alone. Everything else is a perfect opportunity for Disney to slag off the TRON and Steam community. Your money is best invested elsewhere.

Had I known this would be the embarrasing route Disney originally intented I would have avoided RUN/r right from the beginning. Yes, I am in love with the TRON universe and yes I did purchase this with little knowledge. However, I had no regrets at the time even with the bare bones content. I wanted to support this project and was satisfied with the content I saw and the expectations bouncing between the community. From here onwards I will be extremely vigilant towards all future entries in this universe, especially anything baring the Disney label.
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40 of 52 people (77%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
10.0 hrs on record
Posted: May 31
Buy this game if you like runner games. It\'s pretty polished for what it is, and its current sale price of like 6 bucks is super reasonable. It has great music, controls well, it\'s pretty, and it\'s a good way to get your TRON fix if you\'re a starving fan like I am (GIVE US TRON 3 ALREADY DISNEY. GIVE IT. GIMME GIMME GIMME).
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54 of 82 people (66%) found this review helpful
15 people found this review funny
8.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 3
First off , before I go any further into this review I would like to state that the ONLY way to play this game is to :

1) Turn off the in game music
2) Download the Daft Punk "Tron Legacy" OST (preferably the 2 disc one with all the bonus tracks)
3) Replace the in game music with said OST
4) Get your Tron on

Ok so I'd like to start by saying that I don't play any types of mobile IOS or Android type games (regardless of the argument of whether they should exist on Steam or not) let alone any type of endless runners. I actually had to go find You Tube footage of numerous endless runner type games so that I could make the same comparison that others (who seemingly have never played this) are making about the game. I can say for certain that this IS NOT LIKE ANY ENDLESS RUNNER AT ALL. The fact that you are running is about the only comparison I could find. Endless runners that I have seen dont have or let you :

a) Double jump into a flying mode
b) Wall run
c) Manilpulate the existance of platforms
d) Destroy the enviroment
e) Engage and destroy enemies
f) Ninja dodge
g) Ride awesome light cycles and do freestyle tricks with them
h) etc. etc. etc.

I could go on and on about how this IS NOT LIKE ANY ENDLESS RUNNER AT ALL, but if you still want to believe it after what you just read , then I can't help you.
To the rest of you, here is an amazing Tron game with a great pricetag!
I like games that I can get in and out of and test my reflexes within a matter of minutes, e.g- "Race the Sun, Spelunky, Nidhog" and this scratched that itch perfectly. Amazing levels with great artstyle true to the "TRON" universe. Great disc upgrading and perk systems and fast and precise platform style running gameplay. When I got into serious sessions with this game (albeit with the Daft Punk blasting) I would finish the levels feeling ultra powerful, highly skilled, and generally vibrating with excitment.
Great little game and totally worth of the price!
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12 of 12 people (100%) found this review helpful
16.8 hrs on record
Posted: June 2
Get this game!
This game is simply awesome, way better than anything I imagined about it, it's way more than a simple runner, there are plenty of features that makes it really diversified, you can jump, slide, fly, run on walls, grinds on rails, fight ennemies, ride your light cycle, plus you are not on a rail that only allow you to move on fixed way with only left, middle and right like in most runners, here you can totally move freely in any direction, it's closer to a sonic game/platformer in term of moves than a runner.
The game is beautiful, the art is awesome, there are plenty of levels + an endless mode with international leaderboard, you can choose your character, customise the colors, even your light cycle, and the gameplay is really satisfying, so much fun.

I heard that some people are worried about micro-transactions, but you don't have to, they are useless, for example, 5 € is for 5000 credits, and you get around 250 credit ingame doing a 2 min race, so you can definitely play the game without micro-transactions (and credits are only for bonuses, which cost 50 to 250 credits, and you can play without them).

It's also a miracle to have this game out of nowhere, since Disney seems to have gave up on the Tron licence and Tron Run/r is probably the only Tron product we will see in a long time, so if you like Tron, I really recommend you to support this game, because it's Tron, and it's great, and I want to see more Tron!

I said everything I liked, but I have to be fair, so :
A few cons:
- I would have liked some faster levels, better sense of speed
- I have a glitch that lower the sound effects volume, happens randomly when starting a level
- Leaderboards work fine for endless mode, but are super long to load for levels (like 30 seconds)
- I'm not a fan of all the songs in the soundtrack, some are great, but many don't feel "Tron" enough, heck that makes me think that some music rhythme based levels would be awesome!
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42 of 68 people (62%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.3 hrs on record
Posted: May 31
Horrible optimization, glorified temple run with tron that gives you abilities which make no sense in the tron universe, would be good if it was a game of its own with a better optimization
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72 of 125 people (58%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
0.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: December 3, 2015
This game is in super early access as it is very light on content and I mean very light on content as in there are only 3 short (around 5 min each) levels. With that said it is pretty enjoyable and well done, this is a pretty solid endless runner with your typical endless runner abilities like sliding, wall running and gliding. All in all, It controls well (I used a Xbox controller) and looks fantastic, the art direction really hits the cool neon cyberspace look of the Tron franchise.

As you play you can collect the game's ingame currency called light (I think) which can then be used to purchase buffs and powerups which can then be used in each of the game's levels, abilities such as being able to improve your power disc attacks and/or the ability to automatically collect light that is nearby. Most of these are very similar to those found in mobile endless runners.

For those interested I would still hold off until more content is available but here is hoping that said content is released in a timely fashion.
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17 of 25 people (68%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
36.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 5
Having played the early access version when it was $10, I can say that this is the best runner game out there right now.
Although not too much has changed since early access, it's a very addicting game by itself, especially the Stream mode which is basically the "endless" mode in the game.

TRON RUN/r takes some inspiration from Temple Run and Subway Surfers and takes it to a whole new level. It's not just a runner clone with a pretty skin.

The game seemed to have been made under a very short deadline, but compared to early access games that have never fully released under two months, there is very little bugs and performance wise will work on most computers.

As a super TRON fan, taking in consideration that Disney basically canned the upcoming TRON sequel and the very underrated TV show, we were lucky to even get something TRON related, especially a very fun runner game. It may not have been what everyone wanted, but it is something that everyone could try. Multiplayer is being taken into consideration anyway, so hopefully that brings more people to play this game.

I've supported the game since it's initial early access release, so overall I give it a 7.5/10.
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3.4 hrs
Posted: October 22
The game is BROKEN!!! the workaround isn't working either. Someone help me if you could. Tried running in compatibility mode, Cannot find "saved game data" in local app storage yadda yadda. FIX IT DISNEY!!! need a class action lawsuit to be filed or something.
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Joejean (Qc)
8.1 hrs
Posted: October 20
Would be a good game if it didn't fry your memory... Shame on Disney for using the Tron brand just to make money...

Many people complain about this memory leak, nothing is done...

Took me 30 minutes to recup from the crash, memory heat was thru the roof in less than 2 minutes, couldn't access Task Manager, had to force shutdown via the hard switch... Won't keep going...

WTF is wrong with game makers now a days? No pride left?

A big FU/10
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0.7 hrs
Posted: October 12
It crashes during startup...
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3.3 hrs
Posted: October 2
A nice game to play. Works smooth with xbox controller.
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5.1 hrs
Posted: September 12
TRON RUN has to be one of the most entertaining and specatacular runner games I have ever played, the bright neon digital world based on the films, this game has two point on point when you go in different modes either running or on the light cycles. If you're into tron and want to experience this fast paste movements, it's really enjoyable and many modes to come across too!
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2.8 hrs
Posted: August 30
I recommend anyone who likes Tron should play this game, It has no story in it but it is really good, its kind of a temple run in a tron way except that you have a finish and it doesn't go on forever.
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0.8 hrs
Posted: August 29
Basically this is an Endless Runner (sort of) set in the Tron Universe. You have Disc Runner Light Cycle Runner and finally Stream which is endless. What makes this game different from other Endless Runners is the way you have full control over your character, you're not just running along 1 lane. As you run Obstacles and Enemies are thrown in your path which you can destroy to increase your Score. Finally you have Bits which is the in game currency and these are used to purchase Power Ups.

I don't really know what else to say but if you like going for High Scores and you're a fan of Tron then go for it but be warned this game is difficult.

A great game 9/10
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101.6 hrs
Posted: August 26
A very fun game to play, right off the bat. Though, it may look like just another endless runner, it's really more than that. It's more like an action/runner with a finish line.
The graphics are gorgeous... that part is obvious. The music is pretty awesome as well. I highly recommend that you play this game with a good surround sound system.

The levels start out fairly simple and at boot, it teaches you how to use certain basic moves, to help you maneuver around the obstacles. As you progress to each new level, things get more challenging, but it's nothing you can't possibly master. The controls are very sharp, so if you goof up, you'll know it was your fault and not the game itself (unless you experience a glitch, which I will discuss later in this review).

The later maps do seem to move slightly quicker, as you go along. Especially in the Outlands (DLC pack).

The cycle stages are pretty fun, once you get the hang of the turns and drift function. You'll be racing through obstacles as you try to tag each time loop, while collecting as many bits as you possibly can and destroy any enemy programs, who'll try to interefere with your mission.

The level designs for this mode, are different from the disc runner challenges, but just as pretty, with many cool elements flying by. (recognizers, etc)

I purchased the deluxe package, which in my opinion, is a must. You get all the DLC stuff, which includes the 16 Outlands maps, 9 extra disc levels, 9 extra cycle levels and a bunch of characters and light cycles skins (from 1982, to the Uprising series).

NOTE: (If you're not amazing with a keyboard, I'd strongly recommend you grab yourself a Microsoft Xbox game pad to play this game).

YES, you can use a game pad with this game! Someone had mention it wasn't possible. That is not true. I am in fact, using a PS2 Dual Shock gamepad, with a usb adapter, to play this game. All I had to do was, find the XBOX360 gamepad support files online, download them and place the 3 small input files in the binary folder. (so many tutorials online, to show you how to do it properly. It's very simple).
Or, better yet, just get a corded XBOX360 control pad and simply use the usb port to connect your pad and play. (make it extra fancy and find yourself a Tron edition XBox360 pad! :))

(Update) It seems I can now exit the game from the custom and map select menu as well as in the middle of a game, as opposed to having to go all the way back to the start screen. All you do is press the Esc key and press the Y button on your pad or as directed on the option menu you pulled up.


Yes, there are micro transactions available in this game, (called bit packages) but I'll be very honest with you, contrary to some reviews, I did not find thist to be an issue and I'll explain why below.

First and foremost, bits are very easily earned, just by playing the game. The more bits you collect, per map, the more you'll have to aid you with obtaining the upgrades you'll need for some of the harder maps. If you run out of bits, you can earn them back, by replaying any map you want, as many times you want. Or, try your hand in the Stream mode, where it's possible to obtain a large amount of bits, depending on a how long you can keep up with the pace.

Buying bits, is only an optinon for those who do not want to grind through the maps. But seriously...not necesarry at all. My package came with 11k bits and I've still yet to use them, since I've accumulated many more on my own. So, personally, imho, I don't think the microtransaction feature really damages any part of this game, like some believe. I mean, whatever... The challenge is still there and even with upgrades at your disposal, you still have to master the game in order to climb up the leaderboards. NOT easy, let me tell ya.

CONS: (Updated 9/18/16)

Yes, there are a few draw backs to this game, I'd like to see fixed.

Starting off with the little issues first. There are some innaccuracies to the character skins. Sark for example, has his antennas pointing out the back of his head, when they should be lowered down to his neck area. It kills the look. Not sure who thought that was a good idea. It's just not accurate. Beck's hair is exaggerated a bit much. Mara is missing the little neon green lights on her suit. I also would have loved to have seen the flesh tones changed to that of what it looks like in the films and animated show, rather than with actual flesh tones. I would also love to have seen either Tron or Beck, with helmet on. Maybe an option to switch one from the other.

Also, what is with the yellow recognizers on the start screen?? Looks like unfinished work guys...
At least if they were red, I wouldn't have mind it much.

Being able to skip through the beginning intro, (developer logos) would be nice. It does get annoying, to have to wait nearly a minute, for the developer logos to fade out, before I can proceed to the game itself.

Now the big issues.

In the Stream mode, there's a problem (a serious one) where a game suddenly glitches and causes you to randomly derezz. It seems to happen at random points, where the maps would transition.
Also, there have been instances when I'd get hurt, or fall in a pit and actually continued to run! This just happened to me recently when playing the weekly challenge. About 4 minutes in, and boom. Just derezzed, when I hit nothing. It happened 5 times now. I'm assuming it's a problem with server lags, map loads etc. I don't know, but its needs work done, pronto. I think the developers should have considered a different way to handle the random map loads, like maybe have the game collect and prepare the maps before actually starting the run, rather than have it done, while running.

It can be a real pain when you're spending a lot of time running in Stream mode, only to be abruptly stopped, sometimes a few digits away from beating the time/score.
It doesn't happen all the time...but still. They need to look into this.


With all that said, after spending over 30 plus hours on this game, I definitely can say with utmost confidence, that this game is worth the price, if you're a Tron geek, like me and if you enjoy runner style games.
I'm having a lot of fun with it.

By the way. Important info.
I purchased this game in August. There may have been lots of fixes made to this game since it's release, because I did not find half the issues some of the negative reviews have stated. Which many are dated as far back as February. That's something to consider here.

There have been numerous negative reviews, stemming from their experience with the downloadable demo or the early access release. Both of which are very incomplete and riddled with issues. The full copy is much more stable with many bug fixes made. It's not perfect by any means, but definitely much more enjoyable.

The Leaderboards do work although, once in a while, there's a server error that denies it to function properly. Also, they can take a few seconds to load.

My game has never crashed on me yet and I am using Windows 7 64bit, not 10, on a very old machine with a Core 2 Duo 3.33ghz processor, with 8gbs of ram and a GTX 960 4gb video card. The game plays very smoothly with no noticeable frame drops.
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5.6 hrs
Posted: August 12
As a fan of the Tron mythology I has experienced all possible games based on the franchise (starting from the arcade game). This title would rank 5 (in a scale of 10). The only redeeming quality it has is the music and graphics.

The gameplay is too fast (and not adjustable) meaning that you will die.... A LOT. The tutorial system is bad in terms that it shows you the move right before doing it. There is no practice level where you can perfect the move.

Unlike other runner games, this one doesn't allow you to enjoy the game a bit.

The fact that you can not use a game pad is a big NO NO considering the amount of moves and button combinations. Tron 2.0 and Tron: Evolution are way better games than this.

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