TRON 2.0 Gold

Buena Vista Interactive's TRON 2.0 Goes Gold, Celebrating 21 Years of TRON (thanks Frans) is the press release announcing that Monolith's first-person shooter follow-up to the science fiction flick is complete, although the game will not be available until August 26. Here's a bit: "Developed by critically acclaimed Monolith Productions, TRON 2.0 is an action-packed story-driven game that takes place in present day, approximately 20 years after the events of the film. Playing as Jet Bradley, son of ENCOM programmer Alan Bradley from the TRON film, gamers are digitized into cyberspace and will race on light cycles, battle corruption both inside and outside of the computer world, and explore locations including the Internet Hub, Firewall, Corrupted Server and Light Cycle Game Grid."
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I remeber immersing myself into the worlds or DOOM...

Don't knock DOOM's graphics either. For it's time it was absolutely mind-blowing. The combination of texture mapped 3D environments, intricately hand drawn 2D sprites, and the moody 256 color pallete was something no one else could pull off for quite some time.

It's been a long while, but I think we're on the verge of another revolution on that scale.

Back on topic, I'd play TRON 2.0 for the visual style ALONE.
"Nothing livens up a robotic hymn of doom more than an amazing pair of jugs." - Brak
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