TRON: Evolution Battle Grids Latest News - Wii

Game Description: TRON: Evolution - Battle Grids is an action-packed game set in the combat arenas and cities of the digital grid. Battle, race, and play arcade combat games to become the ultimate Grid Games Champion as you experience the digital grid in the game inspired by the highly anticipated film, TRON: Legacy.
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TRON: Evolution Battle Grids News

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  • Tron: Evolution Developer Propaganda Closing

    Well, that was quick. A little more than a month past the launch of the development house's biggest game (Tron: Evolution) Disney has decided to shutter the Propaganda Games. Propaganda, based in Vancouver, B.C., started up in 2005 and was bought by Disney the same year. They are the company behind 2008's Turok, which took the can't-miss...

    Posted January 20, 2011

    Tron: Evolution Developer Propaganda Closing
  • TRON: Evolution: Battle Grids -- Light Cycles, Light Tanks But Not Light On The Fun

    TRON fans are being spoiled with a new a movie and two different video games including the Wii game TRON: Evolution: Battle Grids. Battle Grids is a totally different game from the PS3/Xbox 360 game called TRON: Evolution. TRON: BG is set in combat arenas and follows more closely to the original movie and arcade game. Mini-games let you battle...

    Posted December 10, 2010

    TRON: Evolution: Battle Grids -- Light Cycles, Light Tanks But Not Light On The Fun
  • Epictober is Here. Are You Ready? Check Out Our Schedule of Exclusives!

    This week, something extremely exciting is happening here on G4tv.com. It's Epictober and every day, we're going to be rolling out monster exclusives for the upcoming games that everyone wants to get their hands on. You want Fallout: New Vegas? We've got it. A little Call of Duty: Black Ops action? No problem. Below is a schedule of all of the...

    Posted October 8, 2010

    Epictober is Here. Are You Ready? Check Out Our Schedule of Exclusives!
  • Tron: Legacy Products

    When Tron: Legacy comes out in December, it's smashing the boundries between entertainment platforms. There will be a movie, and (no doubt) some toys. A video game, and much more. You'll also be able to live an entire Tron-centric lifestyle with a line of products tailor-made for the Tron fan in you, complete with neon accents and beyond-sci-fi...

    Posted August 3, 2010

    Tron: Legacy Products
  • TRON: Evolution Battle Grids Video Review

    Posted: December 24, 2010

    20,609 Views | 02:52

  • TRON: Evolution Battle Grids vs. TRON Games Comparison Video

    Posted: December 17, 2010

    7,183 Views | 01:16

  • Tron: Evolution Battle Grids Wii Trailer

    Posted: December 1, 2010

    9,156 Views | 02:26

  • Tron: Evolution "Game Experience" Video

    Posted: November 12, 2010

    5,953 Views | 02:28

  • TRON: Evolution "The History Of TRON" Trailer

    Posted: October 28, 2010

    3,357 Views | 01:33


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