You've got to feel sorry for the poor little Tokobots. They just want to be friends, but the only bloke who'll touch them with a bargepole is a crazy, robot-battering nutcase with a severe attitude problem. It's never going to work out.
You see, the only way to get around in this platform-puzzle adventure is by picking up your cute Tokobots and smashing them into things. You fool them into thinking something good is going to happen, by holding their hands, then shatter their hopes (and bodies)
If you dont know what Tom Clancy looks like, one thing to keep an eye out for is a dude with a satisfied grin a mile wide. As if the monstrous success of his books wasnt enough, Clancys immensely profitable venture into videogames has created a genre all of its own. There have been enough Rainbow Sixes and Rogue Spears over the last year to keep fans more than satiated, and with the Ghost Recon series, the Clancy enterprise shows no signs of slowing down commercially. Artistically though, were
Before you get your hopes up, you should know that this is not a tactical shooter based on the motion picture classic Predator. If it were, it might have been more enjoyable, and it’s really a shame that Ubisoft hasn’t done some sort of licensing magic to make that happen...
We're told that part of the appeal of the Tron 'experience' is the opportunity to travel inside computers. In 1982 this was dead exciting. That was before spreadsheets. And viruses. And spam. Of course, familiarity breeds contempt and if computers are entirely necessary for modern living, it cannot be denied that their wonder has diminished somewhat. Unfortunately, this belated 'sequel' merely confirms this, revealing the inside of your Xbox as a large, tedious and often infuriating place. Tron