Hi there fellow gamers, how many of you remember 2010? I member!. In 2010 I was a much skinnier university student, I think? I partied a lot more back then, so it is a bit of blur. But beyond a reckless 20 something-year-old wasting his life, Scott Pilgrim v The World came out, shortly after the movie came the game. Nenz, what does that have to do with the way mustard tastes?. Scott Pilgrim v The world: the game might be making a comeback.

It began with a Tweet

BRYAN LEE O’MALLEY

Showing the state of discourse in our world, a possible Scott Pilgrim v the world: The game comeback, signaled through a tweet in May of this year. The exchange was between Ubisoft and Bryan Lee O’Malley, who is behind the comic of the same name; he tweeted to bring back the game to which Ubisoft responded with a thinking emoji. Yes, I wrote a blog article based on a Twitter exchange between people, the world of writing, and journalism has gone to crap. This all transpired during an Academy sponsored viewing of Scott Pilgrim v The World.

Scott Pilgrim v The World was a 2010 scrolling beat-em-up with cute pixel art and a compelling combat system that blessed each character with their own unique set of moves. The characters available were Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers, Kim Pine, Stephen Stills, NegaScott, Knives Chau, and Wallace Wells. The journey through the game was seven levels where you battle Ramona’s seven exes.

What Happend to Scott?

DELISTED IN 2014

The game was delisted in 2014 after the license expired. The game was received well, but no one bothered to renew it. Since soon we will be getting the tenth anniversary for Scott Pilgrim v The World movie. One hopes we might get our little game back on the back of it. Are you excited by that prospect? If so, then how come? If not, then why not? Let me know in the comments below.

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