Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game for PlayStation 3

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game

Aug 10, 2010
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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Teen


This is the rock-n-roll action love story for the 8-BIT generation! Scott Pilgrim is a loveable loser whose life is turned upside down when a mind-blowing delivery girl named Ramona Flowers starts popping up everywhere, even in his dreams. Could she be his true love? But the path to Ms. Flowers isn't covered in rose petals. The League of Ramona's Evil Exes stands in the way. To get the girl, Scott must not only defeat the seven evil exes, but also take responsibility and become a better person.

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Amanda L. KondolojyAug 10, 2010
What sets Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World apart is that it forgets it is based on a movie/comic and, much like this year’s 3D Dot Game Heroes, plays like a love letter to all your favorite games from the past. At ten dollars, this game is a steal, and is well worth the price of entry. Between the single-player RPG-like experience and the frenzied co-op mode, there is something for everyone in Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World. Though I can’t vouch for the quality of the upcoming movie, the game is solid and its players can count on having some fun with this one.
Randy NelsonAug 10, 2010
As you can imagine, this makes for an ideal game framework: seven levels, seven unique bosses. You've got the snow-covered streets of Toronto, a movie set, highways; the game world is rich and the levels never end looking exactly like they started. Take the movie set for example: You'll be punching and kicking through paparazzi one moment, and fighting creeps in monster costumes the next, all through a "camera lens," Viewtiful Joe-style. (Just wait 'til you get to beat up the guys in the green mo-cap suits.)
Jonathan HolmesAug 17, 2010
I wish the passionate attention to detail found in the gaming references, soundtrack, and graphics had carried over into the programming. Scott Pilgrim is a buggy mess. Screen tearing; game freezes; character freezes; unresponsive menus; music drop-outs -- you name it; it's all in there. It really feels like the game was rushed out to match the release week of the movie. Bad move, Ubisoft. Get that patch out soon, before you ruin your reputation with Scott Pilgrim fans everywhere.

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