Big fan of this movie,this was the start of something special,and hope it not the last,.Cant wait for the game to come out and hopefully they get the movie in the works..
>>By grutom (Tuesday, 31 Dec 2002 15:41)
I've just rented the Tron Movie on DVD from Blockbuster. Man I have so many mixed memories. I even shed a tear or two after seeing the once ruled video arcades that were all over. I started to think that Tron would be the future of Videogames. Instead of playing the game from behind the screen, the player would be physicaly active and play a major role in the game. No one would get hurt or die, but think of how much fun it would be to play that lighted ball game as a reality type of game, only you won't fall upon the rings disapperaring everytime you missed the lightball. The Cyberbikes would really be awesome to play as a virtural reality game, giving the player a feel of actually riding and controlling the bike. I would also like to drop my jaw for the fact that the MCP was destroyed by one shot from a disk. Back then, games really didn't have any real bosses, and for the few that did, iot took allot more than 1 shot to destroy them. Think About it. As for the next sequel of Tron, it would be interesting to see what the future of gameplaying holds. For after 30 years, we've advanced from graphics that were blocky to rocky. The graphics in today's games are phenominal and so realistic. I thnk that the people who made Tron were thinking ahead and projected a possible future that had turned to a reality in out time. I often wish that the actual Tron arcade game would be available to play at home soon. I would buy it as opposed to downloading the emulated version. Until then play on gamer, the next level awaits.
>>By firstname.lastname@example.org (Saturday, 31 May 2003 22:54)
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