Reviews and Problems with Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
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SpeedDemonTJ , GameStop
15 October 2012
Summary: This game is terrific and unbelievably good for a game based on a movie. Most movie games now suffer and are just horrible. I will say I have 1 problem with this, its the fighting just alittle bit. When you punch or kick your guy tends to stay in one place and not move which can be regreted. This game is one of my favorites, if you love the movie like I did you would love this game. Hopefully this helped? If need be you can also just look up gameplay reviews.
Summary: Whether you've seen the movie or not, you'll love the game. Its sort of like double dragon on Nintendo but with the best graphics you could get with an 8-bit Nintendo style game and lots of extras. ***I rated the graphics as a 10 but that's because it was intended to look like an old school system game.
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: 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: 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: Purchasing and Downloading Scott Pilgrim was one of my favorite and easiest decisions I have made this year. At a price tag of only 10$ you would have to be plum crazy to not purchase this wonderous game that brings many memories back of playing in Partyhouse Pizza and literally feeding the machines my coins so that I can get back into my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles arcade beat 'em up with my cousins and friends.Hearing the retro music and menu was one of the coolest...
SCOTT PILGRIM the game, the movie and so much more.....
Zenger8, Game Informer
18 November 2010
Summary: BEST MOVIE MADE THIS YEAR has come out on the Blu-ray and DVDS. I speak of Scott Pilgrim Vs the World, If you like movies, 80s video games, music, comics, and well anything AWESOME. If you said yes to any of that then GO BUY THIS MOVIE, RENT, DOWNLOAD IT (Legally) this is my “Zenger Buy of the Week” and if you like that then you will love the Xbox live and PSN game, and the 6 part manga hell I’m not for artsy this is not artsy its nerdy gamey and all around AWESOME.
Summary: This summer, two films hit me harder than most films have in a single year. Inception, and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. I remember I read the very first graphic novel before seeing the film, then I saw the movie, then I read the other 5 novels. Scott Pilgrim is now as central to my life as Star Wars is. It's that good! Then came a gift of a Ramon plush doll and finally, the Scott Pilgrim game from Ubisoft.
Excerpt: "...that justifies its own existence. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game bursts on to the playstation network as a timed exclusive, xbox 360 version to follow at some unknown time later. The aim of the game is to defeat Ramona's seven evil exe-boyfriends, battling through levels in order to take on each as a boss fight. The game is a tribute to classic games of the 8-bit and 16-bit era, and avid game players will have a smile on their lips as they ...