Battle rogue, self-aware computer programs in a breathtaking digital world in Tron: Evolution, the prequel to the spectacular Disney movie, Tron: Legacy.
Thirty years after he created The Grid, the computer software that spiralled out of control in the iconic 1982 film Tron, computer programming genius Kevin Flynn has seen his work take on a life of its own, so much so that he is now imprisoned inside his own creation. In Tron: Evolution, he must delve deep into his data archives to find out how to stop his digital city corrupting even more, freeing himself in the process.
He inserts you – a special security program called Anon – into the city to root out the cause of Flynn’s incarceration, and you discover a virtual society being ripped apart by mutual distrust, and even murder, between two sets of programs: the traditional Basics, and the more advanced ISOs.
What follows is a spellbinding trip through an alternative cityscape, during which you’ll find yourself locked in deadly combat with malevolent constructs and using every last megabyte of your digital dynamism to free Flynn, neatly setting up the events of Tron: Legacy.