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**''[[TRON: Evolution]]''
 
**''[[TRON: Evolution]]''
 
***[[TRON: Evolution - Battle Grids|Battle Grids]]- Wii
 
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**''[[Tron: Uprising|TRON: Uprising]]''
 
''(Note the events in [[TRON: Betrayal]] and Evolution differ in how CLU took over the [[TRON system]], with [[TRON: Evolution]] depicting the events to be very close to the film. ''
 
''(Note the events in [[TRON: Betrayal]] and Evolution differ in how CLU took over the [[TRON system]], with [[TRON: Evolution]] depicting the events to be very close to the film. ''
   
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**[[TRON 2.0: Killer App (Xbox)]]
 
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**[[TRON: The Ghost in the Machine]]
 
**[[TRON: The Ghost in the Machine]]
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According to Dave (a friend of [[Steven Lisberger]], the creator and director of ''TRON''), ''TRON'' is the only story that is truly canon. TRON 2.0's storylines differ from Lisberger's original intentions of the characters and the story, therefore, TRON 2.0 should be considered as its own canon. ''TRON: Legacy'' effectively ignores most of the material shown in TRON 2.0.
 
According to Dave (a friend of [[Steven Lisberger]], the creator and director of ''TRON''), ''TRON'' is the only story that is truly canon. TRON 2.0's storylines differ from Lisberger's original intentions of the characters and the story, therefore, TRON 2.0 should be considered as its own canon. ''TRON: Legacy'' effectively ignores most of the material shown in TRON 2.0.

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\'ka-nen\ (n.) — a sanctioned or accepted group or body of related works

For other uses, see Canon (fiction).

TRON canon is defined primarily by the movies, TRON and TRON: Legacy. These sources are further built on by events portrayed in TRON: Legacy's tie-ins in games and print media, although these additions are known to present deviations from events depicted in the movies.

CanonEdit

(Note the events in TRON: Betrayal and Evolution differ in how CLU took over the TRON system, with TRON: Evolution depicting the events to be very close to the film.

Non-canonEdit

According to Dave (a friend of Steven Lisberger, the creator and director of TRON), TRON is the only story that is truly canon. TRON 2.0's storylines differ from Lisberger's original intentions of the characters and the story, therefore, TRON 2.0 should be considered as its own canon. TRON: Legacy effectively ignores most of the material shown in TRON 2.0.

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