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Ubisoft announced at its 2010 Digital Day event yesterday that DLC is inbound for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game in November to coincide with the film's release on DVD and Blu-ray. The content will include a new playable character, Knives Chau, along with two new modes, a free-for-all arena ...

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The movie may have flopped at the box office, but the game has risen almighty on the PlayStation Network. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game makes its debut as the best-selling game on the PSN in August. Mushroom Wars comes in at number two, undoubtedly helped by PlayStation Plus members. ...

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It's been a while since you last attended an exclusive soiree, hasn't it? Our compatriots over at AOL Music have invited you to a "Listening Party" for the Anamanaguchi-crafted soundtrack for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game. Yes, that's fancy internet-speak for "the whole album is now availab...

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We already shared the code to unlock Boss Rush in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, but we've just learned of another and ran to try it out. Pictured above is the result of the "Blood Code" (X, Circle, X, Square, X, Circle, Circle on PS3; or A, B, A, X, A, B, B on Xbox 360 -- get it?) Scott Pilgrim's ...

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Ubisoft artist Stéphane Boutin recently put up a blog post about content cut from the Scott Pilgrim vs. the World game. Though the post is worth reading for both its behind-the-scenes info and previously unreleased art, it also included some info about the released version of the game. Boutin...

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It's a great week for Xbox 360 owners who possess a great deal of pent-up aggression, as the two-week PSN exclusivity of Scott Pilgrim vs. The World comes to a halt this Wednesday, August 25. The highly stylized, chiptune-enhanced beat 'em up will run you 800 Microsoft Points ($10), which is roughl...

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Do you wish you had the soundtrack to the recently released Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game, so that you had the appropriate tunes for your favorite exercise routine? That routine being, of course, beating the coins out of Canadian hipsters. The 8-bit quartet Anamanaguchi, which crafted the b...

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Though the Summer of Arcade promotion has drawn to a close, there's still plenty of upcoming Xbox Live Marketplace releases to be psyched over. Well, assuming you're a fan of side-scrolling beat-em-ups, that is. Major Nelson's blog recently released the XBLM schedule for the remainder of August (po...

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So, Xbox 360 owners can't get their hands on Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game for about two more weeks -- however, rather than stew in a broth of your own jealousy, you can recreate all the action of the game by dressing your Avatar up like its mischievous protagonist. Well, maybe not all the ...

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Our dear friend Scott Pilgrim makes his temporarily exclusive appearance on the PlayStation Store this week, joined by a demo for Mafia 2 and an early access sale on PixelJunk Racers: 2nd Lap for PlayStation Plus subscribers. There's also new content for Red Dead Redemption and Dragon Age: Origins....

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Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game: Not based on the movie, but the comic: Is an awesome brawler -- yes, that's the actual full title (no, it's not). Our review explains how much we liked the game. Don't trust our review? Well, we're hurt ... but there's also a demo for the game in this week's...

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You may have heard of this whole Scott Pilgrim vs. The World thing -- it's kind of a big deal. There's a movie based on a series of graphic novels opening this week (we saw it a little early), and there's all manner of tie-in merchandise capitalizing on its epic epicness. So, here's the Scott Pilgr...

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I saw the upcoming Scott Pilgrim vs. The World movie at Comic-Con last weekend, and while our purview is still just interactive entertainment, the film is an indication of just how prevalent video games have become in popular culture. Just like the popular indie comics on which it's based, the film...

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While it's unlikely Scott Pilgrim vs. the World will be sold out when it launches on the PlayStation Store's virtual shelves next month, you may still want to pre-order the game. Ubisoft's official online store is throwing in a special bonus: a free "Sex Bob-omb" t-shirt for your PlayStation Home a...

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If you've still got that glow from finishing the last installment of the book series upon which it's based, you're probably in the perfect place to check out the Comic-Con trailer for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World. Heck, even without all that book-learnin', you should still probably give it a glimpse...

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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World won't be a PSN exclusive for that long. According to an IGN report from Comic-Con, Ubisoft's unlikely mixture of Bryan Lee O'Malley's comic series, Anamanaguchi's chiptunes, Paul Robertson's animation and the collected works of the brawler genre will arrive on Xbox Live A...

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Graphic novel writer and part-time musician Brian Lee O'Malley recently updated his personal blog with a delightful clip from the Anamanaguchi-composed soundtrack of Ubisoft's adaptation of Edgar Wright's adaptation of his flagship series, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World....

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Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World has been selected as one of Joystiq's E3 Standouts this year. It's got everything an old school gamer could want: a 2D beat-em-up foundation, pixel art by Pirate Baby's Cabana creator Paul Robertson and a chiptune soundtrack by Anamanaguchi -- not to mention it's based o...

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