Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game - Complete Edition for Xbox Series X
Xbox Series X

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game - Complete Edition

Jan 14, 2021
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Developer: Ubisoft
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

This Complete Edition includes the original Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game, as well as its original DLCs, the Knives Chau and Wallace Add-On Packs. Play as your favorite characters – Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers, Knives Chau, Stephen Stills, and more. Level up and learn new awesome abilities, unlock secret items and modes, summon powerful allies, and more! Team up with friends and combine your skills to battle your way through waves of tough enemies, or compete with them in awesome mini-games like Dodgeball – all on your way to defeat the League of Ramona's Evil Exes!

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Cameron HawkinsJan 13, 2021
I had high expectations for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game Complete Edition and, even with my grievances, I can see why it is so beloved all these years later. It imbues the heart and character of the Scott Pilgrim IP with plenty of content for both new and returning players to enjoy. The big difference this time is that Scott Pilgrim is here to stay thanks to the “Power of Love.”
Ben TyrerJan 13, 2021
Both an incredibly faithful take of the Scott Pilgrim story, as well as a frustratingly inconsistent beat-em-up that is elevated by the art style and soundtrack. While it's great that fans news and old have a chance to rediscover its quirks, it's by no means a forgotten masterpiece.
Darryn BonthuysJan 14, 2021
A love letter to the golden age of beat ‘em ups that Nintendo and Sega ruled, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game Complete Edition isn’t without its flaws and it has an entry curve more punishing than starting a band during your midlife crisis, but its still a terrific jump back in time that breathes new life into a cult classic.