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Eric1975
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on Thursday, January, 30, 2014 5:36 PM
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RE: Tron Evolution for PC is bunk!

on Friday, January, 31, 2014 6:41 PM
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Traahn
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RE: Tron Evolution for PC is bunk!

on Saturday, February, 01, 2014 2:17 AM
Tron: Evolution for every platform is bunk. LOL

Although I don't have any experience with the PC version, or claim to know what exactly you mean, as I've only every played Tron: Evolution on the PS3 -- and I got through it as quickly as I could to get the torture over with -- it's too bad that it sounds like you're not getting everything promised. Like maybe the packaging promises more?

It doesn't help that the company who made Tron: Evolution was disbanded shortly after Tron: Evolution's launch. Disney nixed them. I'm hoping it was because they saw how much better Turok and Tron: Evolution could have been if they were made elsewhere, rather than just basing their decision on low sales numbers. I say that because I still want new iterations of games for those franchises, but created by a game studio(s) that are proven capable to deliver more robust gameplay. I never liked Propaganda's Turok, so when I heard they were making a Tron game, I cringed. Just personal preferences, though, as I know some people liked those games. And it's a bummer the employees lost their jobs; I never like to see that. It's not like they weren't trying to make good games.

From Joystiq.com:
Propaganda Games shuttered
by Ben Gilbert on Jan 19th 2011 4:00PM

Propaganda Games -- developer of 2008's Turok reboot and, most recently, Tron: Evolution -- is officially closed. Parent company and publisher Disney Interactive confirmed the unfortunate news to Joystiq this afternoon, issuing this statement: "Disney Interactive Studios confirms the closure of its Vancouver-based internal game development studio, Propaganda Games. The studio has completed all work associated with its most recent project."

Propaganda's Pirates of the Caribbean game was canceled last October, and the studio was reduced in size, with the only apparent goal to complete Tron and its planned post-launch DLC. It's as yet unclear if any more DLC will be released beyond the day-one freebie.




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RE: Tron Evolution for PC is bunk!

on Saturday, February, 01, 2014 11:36 AM


Disney Games (that's what they're called now, they've changed their name AGAIN), were just being pricks when they didn't release the extra multiplayer maps for Evolution on the PC. It would have required virtually no effort on their part. It was literally as simple as clicking a different compile option in the Unreal 3 map editor, and then paying Microsoft to put them on GFWL as a DLC download.

Personally, I don't care because I don't like Evolution anyway. But it was a rotten thing to do, for those who wanted those maps.

At that time, a lot of studios and publishers were of the mindset that it wasn't worth investing any extra time or effort in PC games. Because these people were (and still are) greedy.

But now with all the evidence that PC gaming is going nowhere, and in fact exploding (e.g.
over 7 million active accounts online at once on Steam in December, a new record on ANY platform, consoles included), those same publishers are quickly changing their attitudes.

They've clued in to the fact that too much money was being left on the table. And then add in the fact that playing the latest games on a new PC has just become more affordable than ever with AMD's new Kaveri APU (combined CPU/GPU in one) . . .



I think that you can expect, with the next Tron game, that the PC version will actually be treated better than Evolution was. Though it probably won't be made by Disney itself (or one of their studio subsidiaries). Disney has - wisely - given up on making games themselves, for the most part.

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Cyberwolven
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on Saturday, February, 01, 2014 8:01 PM
Tron Evolution was the first PC game I bought after my old laptop burnt out. I'm amazed Evolution can run on my new laptop, even with the graphics on the lowest settings. LOL. 2.0 runs like a dream though.

Anyways, back to Evolution. I thought that the story mode could have been a bit longer. I got over that quickly though because I thought there would be more going on in the multiplayer end of the game. I was disappointed when I found out that Propaganda was closed down and Disney wasn't planning to release the other maps or make new ones.

TronFAQ's right that it only takes a bit of editing in Unreal to make those maps and skins available. Actually if they compiled the PC version to be editable like Tron 2.0, we'd be able to make our own maps and skins/models. Unfortunately they didn't think that far ahead.

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Eric1975
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on Monday, February, 03, 2014 3:03 AM
Yeah, I do agree with you guys, but isn't there anything that can be done about those additional skins and maps? Anything at all? Sigh...and I'm still hoping there can be a fix for the Killer App mod when a player is unable to alter the options and User Error 3 for the 2.0 game. buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online


 
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on Tuesday, February, 04, 2014 12:31 PM

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on Tuesday, February, 04, 2014 11:41 PM
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TronFAQ Wrote:Disney Games (that's what they're called now, they've changed their name AGAIN), were just being pricks when they didn't release the extra multiplayer maps for Evolution on the PC.
Oh, really? Disney Games, huh? Interesting. Well, I'm glad maybe not everyone at Propaganda lost their jobs. But the article below talks about Propaganda having 200 layoffs when that whole thing went down. And *now* I guess Disney just announced Disney Interactive is going bye-bye! Expected to lay off several hundred people, as seen in that same article (which I think just came out yesterday?):

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/envelope/cotown/la-et-ct-disney-interactive-expected-to-begin-layoffs-20140203,0,4272150.story#axzz2sQ0Vx7Z6
"Disney Interactive, the struggling video game and digital media subsidiary of the Walt Disney Co., is expected to begin a round of layoffs, according to a source with knowledge of the matter.

"The cuts could come as soon as this week."

Yikes!

TronFAQ Wrote:I think that you can expect, with the next Tron game, that the PC version will actually be treated better than Evolution was. Though it probably won't be made by Disney itself (or one of their studio subsidiaries). Disney has - wisely - given up on making games themselves, for the most part.
Well, that'd be good. I'd personally like to see a return to a mission-based adventure game that puts you in an immersive universe that you can, and have incentive to, explore. You know, something along the lines of Tron 2.0's gameplay (only better and deeper gameplay), rather than anything like Tron: Evolution. And not an open-world GTA sandbox game.



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Cyberwolven
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on Saturday, February, 08, 2014 8:52 PM
Ouch. They don't even have a Disney Game studio anymore? Disney has become infamous with laying off video game studios and shutting down support for their successful games.

This reminds me how they ate up LucasArts and shut down their game studio.


About the Tron: Evolution skins, I've seen something in one the Unreal text files that had to do with them. I don't remember which one. I'd look, but the game isn't installed in my laptop and my DVD drive is broken. I have to order a new one next month.
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Traahn
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on Saturday, February, 08, 2014 10:03 PM
Oh yeah, forgot they closed LucasArts, too. That one stung a little, as some of my favorite, more memorable games of my gaming life were made by LucasArts. I didn't particularly care for their more recent offerings, but it was still sad. Almost like a legacy died that day. A landmark in gaming, gone. And I was looking forward to seeing more about Star Wars 1313.

I've longed for a new, single player, non-MMORPG Star Wars adventure game game for years now. Shadows of the Empire for the Nintendo 64, the Jedi Knight games, and one for Star Wars Ep: 1 are the last single-player Star Wars adventure games that I think have come out. I enjoyed them.



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Eric1975
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RE: Tron Evolution for PC is bunk!

on Sunday, February, 09, 2014 12:54 PM
Yeah, I really like Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic original and the Sith Lords. Unfortunately, I am using a fairly new HP widescreen PC running Windows 8.1, and I can't get those older games widescreen. For some strange reason, I am VERY reluctant to try the Old Republic game because I have never played a MMORPG and I am rather uneasy about the best players in the game being those who shell out the most monthly fees or whatever. If there is a God in Heaven and Users @ their cubicles, please for the love of the fans, I hope they DO NOT do the same thing with another Tron, i.e., 'buying' parts of a story or content. I am not liking that approach when some of us don't even do business online. Someone from Disney Interactive actually did write recently and said they are trying to find a way to work around the extra maps problem somehow. I hope so. Thanks for chatting with me on here. Always great to talk to other Tron fans. My nostalgia is like this...Tomy Tron, Tron Deadly Discs & Maze-A-Tron on the old Intellivision Console. How disappointed I was buying an Intellivision CD for PS2 and the Tron games were nowhere to be found...Blinkybuy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online


 
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