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Monday, 11 February 2008 06:24

?Discs of Tron? coming to Live Arcade

Written by David Stellmack

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Hot on the heels of first Tron release


Discs of Tron will be coming to Xbox Live Arcade on the 13th of February, according to an announcement from Disney Interactive Studios. Discs of Tron is the second of two arcade games that were based on the films by the same name that came out in the 80s.

The Xbox Live Arcade version of the game will include the Classic Versus mode, Speed Versus Mode, Co-op mode, and deadly discs versus mode. The Live Arcade release will include an enhanced based mode that will offer enhanced graphics with upgraded audio over the original version of the game.

It is not known yet if Discs of Tron will be part of the weekly Xbox Live Arcade update or whether it will be released separately from the regular weekly update.

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