by Murray Lewis
Tron 2.0 is among the Disney games new to Steam
Disney dumped a whole load of their back-catalogue onto Steam last week, including things like the underrated Split/Second, as well as a slew of underbaked but inevitable film tie-ins.
Amidst the spall, you can also find 2003's Tron 2.0. It's a video game sequel to the original film, in which you play as Alan Bradley's son, Jet, on a mission to find his father and defeat a nefarious virus.
All the expected gameplay is there; throwing discs, hacking systems, and hooning about on a lightcycle. Having played it when it first game out, it all seems to have held up remarkably well, and is well worth a punt if you've got a little spare cash.
Tron 2.0 is available on Steam, and is 10% off for a couple more hours.