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Capcom seem to have all their bases covered in a well-presented and fun title, and if you're disillusioned at the lack of quality on the Playstation this year I suggest you go get it, even just for a rental: 5 days would be sufficient to complete it. It's maybe a little short, and the RPG levels something of a letdown, but you still won't be disappointed, and titles of this calibre show that there's still life in the old machine yet. I've yet to see anything of this quality (game play wise) on the PSX2, and it just goes to show, a few good ideas can go a long way in gaming.
Rounded out by super-sharp graphics, cool characters, and solid control, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne ends up being one of the most unique action adventure games yet seen on the PlayStation - and one that really shows off Capcom's renowned game design talents. It's an extra challenging adventure that'll keep you busy for days, and make Mega Man fans all the hungrier for the blue wonder's next adventure.
On the whole, though, this game is fairly innocuous for kids and a lot of fun for the twelve-and-under group. It has enough replayability to warrant buying if you’re part of the aforementioned group, and is definitely worth renting if you’re a kid at heart.
Overall this game was fun to play. It almost had a sim feel to it, in the respect that you have to develop your servbots. The control is good, but not great, and the variety of missions is almost like having several games in one. The dialog and voiceovers are above average, with a humorous tilt. Again, this is a unique game that will tend to grow on you, it did me. If you've never played anything quite like this and want to try something different, this may be worth a try for you.
What Tron Bonne lacks in audiovisual splendor, it makes up for in fun. Gamers with eclectic tastes and open minds will find a title with endearing characters, solid gameplay, and pure charm. And Servbots - lots of Servbots!
On the whole, The Misadventures of Tron Bonne is varied and entertaining. The multitude of modes and levels make for a very satisfying and cute game (GAGHHH!). Check it out, before I say cute one more time (ARRRGH!)
Rarely do I ever like games that look and play like this. I've just seen too many bad ones on the PlayStation to waste my time with them. But The Misadventures of Tron Bonne is a hilarious game that is truly sown with an equal amount of little RPG elements, nurturing, action, and puzzles to make it a must-have game. It's a gem than I couldn't ignore.
Tron Bonne und die Servbots strahlen wirklich einen gewissen Charme aus, das muss man dem Spiel lassen. Nur leider geht einem dieser oft auf den Geist: Die strohdummen Servbots können wirklich viele Nerven kosten durch ihre ewig Nachfragerei. Die Sprachausgabe wollt ihr immer wegklicken, da die Stimmen sehr schrill sind. Die äußerst flache Story und die noch monotonere Grafik lassen das Spiel ebenso nicht strahlen.
Insgesamt erhaltet ihr ein Spiel, das typisch für den japanischen Markt zugeschnitten ist und werdet kurzzeitig eure Freude damit haben. Auf lange Sicht aber langweilt das Spielprinzip und die Umsetzung einen europäischen PS-Fan.
Game Informer Magazine
The Misadventures of Tron Bonne features the same unique graphics, sounds, and animation of the original Legends' title. Yet even without the hero, this Mega Man game gnaws at you with the same addictive hook.