You might want to look into Happy Hardcore, there's tons of samples of Jungle, DnB and breakbeat. Classic Happy Hardcore is from the mid 90s but you might discover this sort of beat(s) you are looking for while starting here... the hardcore style might be a style you should research. Enjoy raving!
In my opinion chipmusic usually leans more into gaming consoles than home computer demo and game music. It sounds very different than music on Amiga or C64 or even Adlib / Soundblaster. I believe MOD music or tracker music would be the correct term.
At this point they have long abandoned French House and are working more with Electro House. There are typical orchestral elements in the album, as it is common with soundtracks. The more slow and ambient-y that aren't orchestral, are definitely Progressive Electronic in the likes of Vangelis, Klaus Schulze etc.
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It is often not possible to pin down a single genre to an album.
This review by Heather Phares identifies electronic and orchestral elements as mentioned by the OP:
Working with the London Orchestra, Bangalter and de Homem-Christo fuse electronic and orchestral motifs seamlessly and strikingly.
The reviewer also notes that
for most of Tron: Legacy, ...