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Scott Pilgrim vs The World on PSN TODAY! |

So I’ve been following this game since this past E3. There have been several trailers released for this game and they looked pretty good. I am not sure if I am going to get a chance to test this one out but it seems like this game has a pretty big following. If I am not mistaken it has several books and a movie coming out as well, so this is a great time for it. Now this game is going to debut exclusively on the PSN today, but for those of you who might want to get this on the console which shall not be named, you will just have to wait a little longer.


  • Fight as SCOTT PILGRIM, RAMONA FLOWERS, STEPHEN STILLS and KIM PINE or as one surprise character, each with their own signature moves and attacks.
  • Team up with up to 3 of your friends on the same console and combine your skills in over-the-top super CO-OP attacks for more devastation.
  • Not only can you help your friends by reviving their characters or sharing health and coins, but also compete with them in subspace mini-games to earn more experience, coins and lives.
  • Summon for a limited time an AI ally – such as the deadly Knives Chau – to help you strike your enemies.

  • Old-school graphic design with next-gen HD technology.
  • 8-BIT retro-gaming animations by the world-famous Pixel Artist PAUL ROBERTSON.
  • Features exclusive retro cut scenes and art by Bryan Lee O’Maley, SCOTT PILGRIM creator.
  • Includes tons of references to new and old cult games.
  • For those of you who might still need some more convincing, check out the demo that will be released later on today.

    • EdEN

      The music is reason enough to get the game. $10 isn’t that much for all the “awesome” you get in return.

    • I’m not sure about the movie that’s coming out under this title but the game looks pretty cool. It has a retro yet current feel to it from what I saw in the trailer.

    • EdEN

      If you don’t like the movie, but like the comic and the game, then you will love the animated shorts that are being produced.

    • Jonaskin

      The movie looks brilliant. It’s packed full of retro-gaming references.

    • I pre-ordered this for 8 bucks and I got a free Home T-Shirt too.

      This game reminds me of river city ransom, minus the sushi bars.

    • I don’t get it — it’s supposed to like like a 16-bit, sprite-based SNES game? Looks worse than some of the Minis. We all have regressive fantasies, but I don’t necessarily need to game like I was ten again.

    • EdEN

      @SonicBoom: Should have pre-ordered at the Ubisoft site. Two dollars saved would go to some DLC or part of the cost of a discounted PSN game…

      @premiersoupir: Download the demo and then tell us what you think. Sure, the retro might not be for everyone but for $9.99 you get a side scrolling beat-em up with an amazing soundtrack by Anamaguchi.

    • fair enough — d/l’d the demo and will give it a go.

    • Played the demo, and I have to agree with premiersoupir.. lol blahhh

    • My son plays tons of games, including all the crappy minis.. he played this for 2mins and said this is pretty lame..
      to each theri own i guess

    • I tried the free demo and it makes me think of River City Ransom.

      The movie looks pretty lame though.