“Hey! You totally came!”.
When Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game was removed from digital storefronts in 2014, it was a massive blow. A game franchise which celebrated gaming as a medium was cruelly snatched from us. Since then it’s garnered a massive cult following, and over the years has since become a relic from the Xbox 360 era. Then, last year, Ubisoft finally heard our cries and announced the release of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition – a remastered version of the original game, bundled with all pre-existing content. It was an exciting moment for fans and one that has proven successful with an excellent remaster.
Although the game was released around the same time as the film, it’s actually more representative of the original graphic novels, beautifully crafted by Bryan Lee O’Malley, and embodies a retro side-scrolling gameplay style complete with nostalgic sound effects and chaotic action. The narrative follows the source material pretty closely, pushing Scott through many stages on a quest to destroy seven evil exes to be with the woman he loves, Ramona Flowers.
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