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Tron 2.0 – Killer App is a game developed by Digital Eclipse and produced by Buena Vista Interactive and takes place before TRON 2.0. The story involves Tron and Mercury “as they battle against the Corruptor, an evil computer program attempting to create the ultimate virus that will take over the computer system.”
You start off as Tron and progress to find out about a deadly virus spreading through the ENCOM system. The system’s own protection programs (ICPs) see you as the source and attack you. Later on, in a light cycle grid, you meet a friendly program named Mercury (same as in the PC game). Mercury agrees to go after the Corruptor and you agree to go after the virus communication grid (which the User is using to prevent the security system from identifying and neutralizing the virus). You can also start out as Mercury and progress through the game along an alternative storyline.
The game is an isometric with numerous mini-games and extras. You can find ‘chips’ throughout the story and equip them to your character to improve one of their attributes, e.g. jumping ability, targeting. There are many light cycle, Tank and Recognizer sections in story mode that are playable outside story mode. The light cycle sections function similarly to the light cycle mode from the original arcade game, with the addition that cycles can be upgraded and customized with chips found while playing story mode.
The Tank and Recognizer sections are nearly identical to each other and function from a first-person perspective in the Game Boy Advance’s primitive 3D; the only difference between the two is that where in the Tank mode you hold A and use Up and Down to adjust vertical aim, in Recgnizer mode you instead press A to increase height or release A to drop. Any of those three modes can be played in multiplayer with up to four players. The arcade games TRON and Discs of TRON are also playable in their exact form as they are in arcade machines.
Tron 2.0 - Killer App
North America: October 20, 2004
Europe: November 12, 2004
Game Boy Advance
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