Summary: One of the greatest movie/book video game adaptations of all time. While the game can easily be beaten in 2 hours, this game gave my friends and I countless nights of crazy fun nights of beating up baddies. Even without seeing the film or reading the books I was able to highly enjoy this game with all of it's reference jokes and cheat codes.
Summary: When most people think about a "beat 'em up game, from Xbox 360 Live Arcade, allowing 4 players to play coop", they think about Castle Crashers. They should, instead, think Scott Pilgrim. It's better than Castle Crashers in every aspect (except stability - Scott Pilgrim does freeze sometimes - and size - Castle Crashers is bigger).
Summary: If you're looking for a current-gen, high quality 2D brawler that isn't Castle Crashers, you'd be hard-pressed to find a better deal than Scott Pilgrim. Each of the playable characters have unique move sets that are both easy to use and beautiful to watch, and the enemies you face(from the lowliest of Canadian street punks to each of the cleverly-designed bosses) are highly varied and extremely memorable.
Summary: My friend was literally addicted to this game, so we played co-op...but I didn't get the hype for this game. "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World" was a good movie, but the game, following with **** graphics and LINEAR hack-and-slash gameplay, was a meh. Only those who are obssessed with SP might like this game; if not, go back to COD.
Summary: I never really was a fan of beat 'em ups. Sure, I enjoyed them back in their heyday, but I've never held them to the high, high pedestals of platformers, RPGs, and the like. Scott Pilgrim, though, changed that, a good 15 to 20 years after the peak of the brawler's popularity. It is by far the best beat 'em up I have ever played. Everything is balanced, cheap tactics can't be abused, and the game throws a high level of difficulty at you without being unfair.
Summary: congrats rufuscrim you are among the reasons users shouldnt be able to review games because you are a **** retard! just because it freezes a bit doesnt give it a zero! do you see lagitament reviewers giveing games zeros. no! even the **** game ever made wouldnt get a zero maybe a 3 or a 4.
Summary: This game is a homage to River City Ransom, and brings an incredible difficulty to the brawling stages. It will literally pray that the boss is near its death or the enemies have stopped spawning, or you're at the end of the stage. To further frustrate you with the difficulty, each stage is twice as hard as the last, and unless you are able to power-up, not level up cause that does nothing but give you new moves, you won't be able to get past the 3 stage.
Summary: I'm a pretty big fan of the Scott Pilgrim series. I've read the books, and watched the movie probably more times than anyone should. So, of course, I bought the Xbox Live Arcade version of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. The game begins with you selecting a character. You can choose from Scott Pilgrim, Kim, Ramona, Steven Stills, or Knives Chau if you have the downloadable content. Then the game drops you into Scott Pilgrim's world with only two objectives. 1.
Summary: Amusing mechanics make for some good laughs. Both in solo and cooperative play. Anamanaguchi's superb music does nothing but accentuate this rarely seen, piquant movie-game. While the lack of online co-op is veritably inexcusable, I found myself an imperceptible incentive to go back to the game after my initial play-through and obtain all of its trophies.