You're Playing an ISO Edit

I just want to put it out there but the fact you're playing a character destined to die makes this game (an excuse for a Wii and DS game) so much better or sadder in a way. I'm just putting it out there for people who might be thinking that. JR 12:22, January 10, 2011 (UTC)

Question... Edit

If in this game yu're playing the first ISO champion, and Jalen was the first ISO champion, wouldn't you be playing Jalen then?

I think that this means that anything having to do with Battle Grids is Semi-Cannon, do to the fact that it contradicts the other game. Anyone agree? -- Gibson42 06:02, October 17, 2011 (UTC)

Either the creators have left it purposely vague who you're playing as, or this game has some discontinuity with the events of the TRON universe as per TRON, TRON: Evolution, and TRON: Legacy. (VicGeorge2K9 23:14, June 25, 2011 (UTC))
Apparently they try to make it clear that the player becomes the first ISO champion, which dosn't work because Jalen is the first ISO champion, and the player can choose to make a their program a female. I'm pretty confident that Jalen/Abraxas is... not a woman. So... non-cannon or semi-cannon? -- Gibson42 23:03, December 11, 2011 (UTC)
In the Stylized Wii and PSP versions of Ghostbusters: The Video Game, you can play as a male or a female, even though it's an adaptation of the Realistic PC/PS3/360 games where the character is clearly male. For Battle Grids to be canon with the realistic Evolution, the player character must be Jalen; otherwise it's not. Does that seem sound? --Sir Phil Mirrory, Founder of the Galidor Wikia 04:36, February 7, 2012 (UTC)