2010's Tron: Legacy’s has nothing on the 1982 original in terms of character development and story, but it looked real good. It certainly makes for an attractive new addition to the Lego Ideas line of fan-created sets. You can almost hear the Daft Punk.
Anyone still doubting Planet Coaster’s almost limitless sandbox possibilities, look at this Tron ride and remember it was 100% made by a fan.
The Tron lightcycle is one of the coolest vehicles of all time...and now you can drive it in GTA Online, thanks to a new “Deadline” mode. The update is one of the best additions to GTA Online in a long time.
Today’s Deadline update for Grant Theft Auto’s ever-expanding multiplayer component transforms GTA Online into GTA Tronline, with futuristic light-trailing motorcycles and a new adversary mode in which to crash them.
With tons of props from both movies in the series already in the Toy Box, it's about time Disney Infinity 2.0 added a couple characters from Tron, and even if they're from Tron: Legacy.
I could totally watch a special episode of Wacky Races with artist Ido Yehimovitz's re-imagined video game cars leading the way.
Funko seemingly announces a new batch of toys every day. This time it's the blind-boxed Science Fiction Mystery Minis, featuring characters from Robocop, Predator, and more:
A man in Nanjing, China owns a Tron Light Cycle replica—make that, a Tron Light Cycle he cannot ride on the streets of that city.
Everyone remembers that the plot of Tron: a computer hacker/arcade owner gets pulled into the cyberscape of a cool-looking video game. Now, the actual game that Kevin Flynn journeyed into gets an impressive painted tribute.
If you're like me, the concept of a VR Light Cycle game from Tron was a dream you always had as a kid. Well now you're in luck!
YouTuber Rob Plays That Game takes a look at a Minecraft minigame that puts you in a Tron-style motorcycle deathmatch.
Darren Bacon is a senior concept artist at Bungie, where he was part of the team that designed the world of its upcoming shooter Destiny.
It's true that the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV has given birth to some truly inspired mods. But not many of them totally re-paint Liberty City in as spectacular fashion as this one does.
Considering the overall lack of quality Tron games since the time of the first film, I'm willing to give Hope This Works Games' upcoming neon red and blue Android and iOS free-runner Polara a couple of identity discs and call it a day.
In the 1982 film Tron, nearly everything takes place, in one way or another, inside a joint called Flynn's Arcade.
As advertised back in 2010, in June, Disney will begin airing a new cartoon series based on Tron. Not the old Tron. The new one.
The latest Tron movie was a funny thing. And the game was just as funny as the movie. Forgettable content, but with art design just gorgeous to look at. Good thing we're just looking at Tron art today, then, and not playing it.
When you look at Duck Tape, you might not think Tron, but you will now. I'm a sucker for clever ads, and this one is pretty clever, but not annoyingly so. Stick around for the end. (GEDDIT?)