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This year marks the 10 year anniversary of the movie that’s part rock concert, part video game, part comic book Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.

While there have been a couple of cool events to remember the movie, one particular thing stuck out as missing to the creator of the original comic, Bryan Lee O’Malley: the beloved video game adaption. Debuting a few months after the movie came out back in 2010, the game has been completely unavailable to fans for the last six years.

But all that changed today when Ubisoft announced a Complete Edition due out for this holiday season. The beat-em-up is a mash-up of NES classics River City Ransom and Super Mario 3 and features 4 player co-op, plenty of easter eggs for sharp-eyed fans, and an ending more in line with the original comics than the movie. The complete edition will include both the DLCs so get ready to punch Todd, Lucas Lee, and Gideon Graves in the face a bunch and collect the coins when they explode.

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game Complete Edition Trailer | Ubisoft Forward 2020 | Ubisoft [NA]

Scott Pilgrim is back! Team up with friends to battle your way through waves of tough enemies to fight for love. Share health and coins, compete in mini-game...

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World Video Game released for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Playstation 4, Google Stadia, and Windows PC this holiday season.


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