Wow, I had no idea they had anything even that extensive planned at Epcot way back then. When I worked at Disney World last summer I couldn't see anything acknowledging Tron in any way, shape or form. I was not too surprised as Disney World hasn't really made too many drastic changes in the past decade. Maybe they figured people weren't that interested in Tron and then canned the idea of an arcade.
When you go to Epcot now, they have this semi-arcade of games, meaning they only have games for home consoles made by Disney-Interactive. That's understandable, but it's not that exciting and nothing I can't do when I go to Walmart to play games there, and I don't really even do that unless I'm trying out a game I might buy. I only wish they at least had an environmental Discs of Tron for all to play. Maybe that game is even too rare for Disney.
I was also searching for DDR-Disney Mix and couldn't find that at Epcot either. When I asked an attendant, he said they got rid of it.
What for? who knows.
Epcot just doesn't feel as futuristic as it did 10 yrs. ago.
Maybe it all comes down to supply and demand. Maybe sales for Tron 2.0 will have an effect on decisions made for future Disney World attractions? let's hope so.
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