The Scott Pilgrim game could finally return after years of obscurity removed.
The Brawler of 2010, which came out alongside the film, was only released as a downloadable game for PS3 and Xbox 360. It was removed from their digital storefronts in 2014 and no. It's no longer available since, but Scott Pilgrim writer Bryan Lee O 'Malley revealed on the film's tenth anniversary that things were happening with the original publisher Ubisoft.
Scott Pilgrim vs the World: The Game has become a cult favorite since its delisting, and fans have been clamoring for the game to be re-released ever since. While Ubisoft hasn't made any official announcements yet, this word from O 'Malley is the first good news we haveWe heard that the game could be relaunched.
O 'Malley was also retweet messages from chiptune rock band Anamanaguchi calling on Ubisoft to work with iam8bit, a store specializing in the creation of Limited-edition physical and derivative versions for games. Anamanaguchi composed the Scott Pilgrim game soundtrack, and that is certainly one of the best parts of the experience - with this lush pixel art inspired comi from host Paul Robertson.
The ball is in Ubisoft 's court now, but it looks like everything is in place for a Scott Pilgrim game return ... assuming that the rights aren't too tied to the movie, which would definitely add some wrinkles. Speaking of the movie, a sequel doesn't seem to be in the cards.are at the moment, although original director Edgar Wright has expressed interest in an animated adaptation .
The Scott Pilgrim movie could have starred Robert Pattinson instead of Michael Cera .