Movie Trailer: 'TRON: Legacy – Low Rez' In 3D

Because you demanded it, because we haven't posted about it enough, and because you know you're excited, it's time for another TRON: Legacy post! This post, however, isn't as serious as Dave's editorial on the potential box office failure, or as expensive as my write up on real life light cycles. No, this is just a group of massive TRON fans from Gamervision who've watched Be Kind Rewind one too many times and decided to make their own version of the TRON: Legacy trailer. They named it TRON: Legacy – Low Rez.

I saw the film last night (look out for the full review soon) and really kind of loved it. Then I watched this trailer and it made me wish I could see the film again right now. Check it out after the jump, as well as the side by side comparison video and even a behind the scenes video. Oh, and if you have a pair of Red and Blue 3D glasses, break those out. Cause this sweded trailer is in eye-popping 3D (hence the blurry photo above).

Thanks to Topless Robot for the heads up.

And if you want to watch the trailer in regular 2D, you can do so over at the Gamervision site. If you don't have glasses, however, there's no real need to watch it in 2D, it's not like the 3D is that hard on the eyes.

Here's how the trailer is described by Gamervision.

TRON: Legacy – Low Rez is an action-packed adventure set in an analog world unlike anything captured on the internet. Sam Flynn (Luke Brown) is a cantankerous 27 year-old haunted by the mysterious disappearance of his father Kevin Flynn (Nick Murphy), a man once known as the world's leading video game developer. When Sam investigates a strange signal sent from the abandoned Flynn's Arcade, he finds himself pulled into a world where Kevin has been trapped for 20 years. With the help of feminine warrior Quorra (Paul Ritchey), father and son embark on a life-or-death journey across a visually stunted universe – created by Kevin himself – which has become far more advanced with vehicles, weapons and landscapes ripped off from the film, and a ruthless villain (Mike Sadorf) who will stop at nothing to prevent their escape

They also made a shot by shot comparison video, which you can watch here.

As well as a behind the scenes video, embedded here for your viewing pleasure.

For a full list of credits, visit Gamervision. Awesome job guys.