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Mega Man Legends introduced us to the mechanical genius, Tron Bonne. Despite Mega Man putting the kibosh on her plans, she's back and in an adventure all her own. Now you'll have a chance to see what one of the Mega Man villains does in her free time when they're not attracting the attention of everyone's favorite half-pint blue titanium titan.
Tron resides in a world of mostly water. Slight islands dot the surface of the world, and most people spend most of their time dredging though the dirt trying to find a relic or some other cache that'll set them up for life. Of course, some aren't content to sift through the dirt, some have taken to the skies in massive airships to facilitate their item hunting.
The Tron family is one of those groups who've become Sky Pirates. They continue to dream big, building a fine airship and creating scores of Servbots and the larger engine of pilfering destruction, Gustaff to make their operation just that much more elite. As the game opens however, they're still largely ignored since they've had poor luck when it comes to actually making off with the goods. They sense a shift in their luck when they find a treasure map aiming them towards a legendary treasure.
But like anything else, things never quite go as smoothly as one would like. It turns out that Teisel Bonne had managed to accrue a large debt with a notorious loan shark, so it's up to Tron to loot, pillage and explore over a series of missions to earn enough cash to get her brother out of hock.
To that end, Tron will have to maintain her Servbots by giving them items to foster abilities, reward them for a job well done, and punish them in the family torture room should they start to shirk their duties. Your diligence on Tron's behalf will be rewarded by Servbots that'll aid you in your missions by following your beacon bombs. They'll fight for you, loot for you, dig for you and generally do any dirty work that your piloted craft can't handle.
You're not in the clear however goldbrick! You'll be doing your share of shooting, talking to people and puzzle solving as well. With problems like these, who has time to take over the world? Such is a day or even a year in The Misadventures of Tron Bonne. ~ Joe Ottoson, All Game Guide