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Play retro: The Tron arcade game lives on at the Pinball Hall of Fame.

You can still play the Tron video game—which holds up amazingly well, we might add—at the Pinball Hall of Fame. Note, however, that the joystick doesn’t always work properly … at least, that’s why Managing Editor Spencer Patterson says he couldn’t get past the second round of light cycles.

Click here to read Josh Bell's review of Tron: Legacy.

Click here to read "Confession of a Tron nerd by Rob Curley

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