Scott Pilgrim game returns to current generation consoles

One of the few topics that had been buzzing around the gaming world as of late involves the upcoming re-release of the Scott Pilgrim vs The World game which was released a decade ago for the PS3 and the Xbox 360. The Scott Pilgrim game was initially released back in August 2010 around the same time the movie itself was released. Scott Pilgrim vs The World is considered to be a cult classic in relation to video game movies and generated over $48 million in box office revenue since its initial release. The actual Scott Pilgrim video game was one that was pretty interesting especially since it was in the form of a multiplayer pixelated beat em up title. Players the the option of controlling characters such as: Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers, Stephen Stills and Kim Paine. Similar to the movie the plot within the Scott Pilgrim game was to complete several levels while defeating the multiple ex-boyfriends of Ramona Flowers.

The pixel art for the Scott Pilgrim game was impressive and the gameplay gave off old school vibes relating to that of the 16-bit era from the early 90’s. Based on what we know the Compete Edition of Scott Pilgrim vs The World is supposed appear on multiple game systems. It has been confirmed that the Scott Pilgrim game will be appearing on the PS4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch and Google Stadia. Ubisoft had announced that the Scott Pilgrim vs The World game will be released during the holiday season in 2020. While the announcement regarding the return of the 2010 Scott Pilgrim game is a surprise to many people; some are wondering whether or not we might get a sequel to the actual movie. Its been ten years since Scott Pilgrim vs The World was released and a sequel would be something would be a major attraction within the gaming world.

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