The game developed a cult following for its throwback gameplay, 2D pixel work from artist Paul Robertson, and the soundtrack by indie chiptune rock band Anamanaguchi. It was very much a supernova of interesting and unique talents working together.However, tragedy hit in December 2014 when Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game and its two DLC packs were delisted on Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network. The reason for the delisting was never made clear, though many have cited a potential issue with the Scott Pilgrim license expiring.
10 years later in 2020, shortly after the anniversary of the Scott Pilgrim movie, Ubisoft revealed Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition will be rereleased on PC, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Stadia.
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The Complete Edition will include the base game as well as the Knives Chou and Wallace Wells DLC packs.
Matt T.M Kim is a reporter for IGN and he writes about games that make you think about death and feel sad and stuff.