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Tron 2.0: Killer App  (Game Boy Advance)

Release Date: 11/03/2004

Format:NTSC-U/C

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Tron 2.0: Killer App
Game Boy Advance
  • Publisher: BUENA VISTA
  • Genre: Action & Adv
  • Platform: Game Boy Advance
  • Rating: Everyone

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Tron 2.0: Killer App Gameboy Advance

Reboot an old hero to zap a new problem.

When ENCOM security is breached, the company calls on the digital world's number-one protector. Do battle in cyberspace in Tron 2.0: Killer App.

The Corruptor, an evil virus, has set out to destroy. It's up to Tron and a young digital warrior, Mercury, to save the system from crashing.

Tron 2.0: Killer App brings back some of the most popular elements of the vintage Tron video games (light cycles, discs and tanks) and incorporates them into a cyber adventure. You can play as either Tron or Mercury. Tron's a master of the virtual tank while Mercury is a light-cycle program. Although both work toward the common goal of defeating The Corruptor, each faces different challenges.

To clear sectors, Tron enters tank grids while Mercury enters light cycle grids. Tron maneuvers through mazes while blasting other tanks. If you recall the classic Tron arcade game or the movie, you win a light-cycle battle when your opponent crashes into a track that either it or you made with a light cycle. Without a doubt, the light cycle grids are the most fun to play.

In addition to defeating viruses and other enemies as you walk around the mainframe's circuitry, you occasionally need to hack terminals. Here you solve puzzles in order to disable a security point or to access needed data. Also, Tron and Mercury collect chips as they move through the mainframe. Most boost Tron's and Mercury's abilities, but some unlock minigames. If you connect to a friend's Game Boy Advance through the Game Boy Advance Game Link Cable, you can trade chips.