We know you've got a special someone in your life. That someone might be sitting next to you right now, or maybe at work, or maybe that someone doesn't yet know that he or she is your special someone. Given the time of year, you're probably scrambling to figure out what would make the perfect gift for that someone. Sure, you could opt for a dozen roses or the collection of nail trimmings and skin shavings you keep on your secret love altar, but why not try something a little less conventional? Why not give them Discs of Tron, which makes its Xbox Live Arcade debut next week on February 13, just in time for Valentine's Day? Honestly, nothing says "I love you" like tossing light Frisbees at an evil computer program. Nothing.
Gallery: Discs of Tron (XBLA)
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
2-08-2008 @ 5:12PM
Sweeter than candy indeed. But seriously when is peggal, dishwasher and castlecrashers gonna happen.
2-08-2008 @ 5:20PM
Honestly, if they packed this and the last TRON title together I might have bothered. Separately, it's just not enough.
2-08-2008 @ 8:13PM
Magic Whiskey said...
(Well, he LOOKS like a Chicagoan..)..
2-08-2008 @ 9:02PM
Jonah Falcon said...
I played Discs of Tron endlessly in the arcade, but without the controller (paddle, that also went up and down), it's not the same.
2-08-2008 @ 9:10PM
When are we gonna get a new version of Tron. One with atleast 4 player light cycling action. That's all I care about.
2-09-2008 @ 1:22PM
the other Tron release was a lame-o lazy ass port (no way to turn up the speed on the thumbstick? c'mon!) like many of the XBLA ones. I will be passing. For $5-10 you'd think they could actually make these ports a little more customized for the console.
2-09-2008 @ 3:44PM
LOL! nice journalistic skill there Richard! ;)
haha great line:"nothing says "I love you" like tossing light Frisbees at an evil computer program. Nothing."