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Game director Darren Hedges and design director Chris Whiteside, among other development team members, showcase the game's fluid style of movement.
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you know that part in the movie where sam gets picked for the "games" and then they do that whole tournament light disc thing i think that would be a cool multiplayer mode
Sorry, expectations are low. I really don't think I've seen one "Movie" based game that is actually more then media marketing. And I get the sense this will be very linear with little replay value. Rating guess: 6'ish.
This looks awsome! i want it
not even a rental
Since it seems my first comment is gone. I will again say that if you buy this game your are confirming Disney's belief that we needed another movie tie in game over a unique Pirate open world RPG.
another movie based game, another failure. nothing new or even disappointing with that, it's a standard thing these days.
I greatly enjoyed Tron 2.0. This one also has potential.
This has turned into a DAMN button masher it looks like. I dont know why they have to do this, they should have just improved on the gameplay from Tron 2.0
so far I'm a bit disappointed
doesn't look like the first game...and in the first movie there wasn't any martial art as in the game.
I still don't know how to feel about this game. I'm a big Tron fan since a kid. I'm looking foreword to the new film, but the game looks like it needs a lot of work. I would rather wait another year just too see something better.