E3 10: Tron: Evolution Wii impressions

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Husky and I stopped by the Disney booth to check out Tron: Evolution. As a huge fan of the original film, I remain cautiously optimistic about all this new Tron stuff; both the movie and the games. After playing the game, I’m a little more optimistic, but still cautious. I actually got to play the 360/PS3 version of the game first, but for whatever reason, we can’t seem to that video uploaded, so for now, you’re stuck with the Wii version.

If you find this game interesting, then check out the Destructoid review of Art Style: light trax. It’s one to grow on.


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