Excerpt: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: the Game is quite a pleasant surprise. Not only is it a licensed game that does justice to its license, but it’s also a fantastic beat ’em up in the vein of the legendary River City Ransom for the NES with one of the best soundtracks out there.
Excerpt: This game comes from a strong pedigree. The original Prince of Persia game was trailblazing in terms of being the first game to use any form of motion capture, and Sands of Time had a rewind button way before Braid.
Excerpt: Between the retro-styled visuals, chiptune soundtrack and classic brawler gameplay, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game could be accused of attempting to manufacture nostalgia. If that's the case, it does a great job.
Excerpt: The simple three-step guide to developing a crap commercial product is to take a good novel, dilute the basic dialogue into a film script, then take any interesting action and create a game that defiles every square inch of that franchise’s holy ground. It happens.
Excerpt: Share Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The Game is an odd beast for me to review. Iâ€™ve never actually read the Scott Pilgrim comic books, but I have seen the recently released film adaptation. As such, I canâ€™t say how faithful an adaptation this game is.