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SPED teacher for BCPSS and freelance mixed media artist
SPED teacher for BCPSS and freelance mixed media artist

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#TRON 2.0 is 75% off ($2.49 USD) at GOG.com during their "Back to School" Sale until September 10, 2018!

https://www.gog.com/game/tron_20

Unlike the Steam version of TRON 2.0, this one is DRM-free. Meaning you can download a portable installer program, and install the game on as many computers as you like, as many times as you like. Without ever needing to be online to play, after downloading. (Well, unless you want to play Multiplayer, that is!)

While you can install and play the game as-is, I’d recommend checking out this guide on Steam:

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=325088441

Even though the guide is hosted on the Steam site, the advice there also applies to the GOG version. Modding the game will add support for widescreen display resolutions, and even fix the broken Multiplayer so you can play it again.

And, yes, any version of TRON 2.0 (Retail disc, Steam, GOG) will work on any version of Windows. Including the latest release of Windows 10.

- TronFAQ
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#TRON 2.0 is 75% off ($2.49 USD) at GOG.com during their "Back to School" Sale until September 10, 2018!

https://www.gog.com/game/tron_20

Unlike the Steam version of TRON 2.0, this one is DRM-free. Meaning you can download a portable installer program, and install the game on as many computers as you like, as many times as you like. Without ever needing to be online to play, after downloading. (Well, unless you want to play Multiplayer, that is!)

While you can install and play the game as-is, I’d recommend checking out this guide on Steam:

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=325088441

Even though the guide is hosted on the Steam site, the advice there also applies to the GOG version. Modding the game will add support for widescreen display resolutions, and even fix the broken Multiplayer so you can play it again.

And, yes, any version of TRON 2.0 (Retail disc, Steam, GOG) will work on any version of Windows. Including the latest release of Windows 10.

- TronFAQ
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TRON 2.0
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Today is the 15th Anniversary of the release of #TRON 2.0 (at the time I’m writing this). The game was released in North America on August 26, 2003. (Though it had a limited release 3 days earlier, exclusively in Germany, I believe.)

The link below will take you to a download that contains concept art, wallpapers, and videos about TRON 2.0. Some of this content probably hasn’t been seen, by the majority of TRON fans, for over a decade. (I’ll also try submitting this to GOG.com, to see if they’ll add it as a bonus “goodies” download for TRON 2.0.)

https://www.gog.com/forum/general/release_tron_20_4769a/post118

In addition to this newly released collection of TRON 2.0 content: LDSO has previously released the TRON 2.0 soundtrack and game manual, which can also be found if you visit the link above.

All of the videos in the download, plus more, can be found on the LDSO YouTube channel if you'd prefer not to download them.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2F7AF22CD55DF6A0

Thanks to Disney, Monolith Productions, Steven Lisberger (who went uncredited for his contributions), Richard Taylor and Syd Mead (who contributed to the game as well), and everyone who worked on TRON 2.0.

Thank you for creating such a memorable, and fun, game. That perfectly captured the aesthetic, humor, and imaginative storytelling of the original TRON. It absolutely had many fans excited and spellbound at release, as the first follow-up to the original film in decades.

- TronFAQ

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Today is the 15th Anniversary of the release of #TRON 2.0 (at the time I’m writing this). The game was released in North America on August 26, 2003. (Though it had a limited release 3 days earlier, exclusively in Germany, I believe.)

The link below will take you to a download that contains concept art, wallpapers, and videos about TRON 2.0. Some of this content probably hasn’t been seen, by the majority of TRON fans, for over a decade. (I’ll also try submitting this to GOG.com, to see if they’ll add it as a bonus “goodies” download for TRON 2.0.)

https://www.gog.com/forum/general/release_tron_20_4769a/post118

In addition to this newly released collection of TRON 2.0 content: LDSO has previously released the TRON 2.0 soundtrack and game manual, which can also be found if you visit the link above.

All of the videos in the download, plus more, can be found on the LDSO YouTube channel if you'd prefer not to download them.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2F7AF22CD55DF6A0

Thanks to Disney, Monolith Productions, Steven Lisberger (who went uncredited for his contributions), Richard Taylor and Syd Mead (who contributed to the game as well), and everyone who worked on TRON 2.0.

Thank you for creating such a memorable, and fun, game. That perfectly captured the aesthetic, humor, and imaginative storytelling of the original TRON. It absolutely had many fans excited and spellbound at release, as the first follow-up to the original film in decades.

- TronFAQ
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