History VideoGame / ScottPilgrim

2nd Oct '16 11:14:03 AM ThraggLootrippa
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* SecretShop: Wallace's Mystery Shop. It isn't ''very'' secret, what with the star painted on the door, but still... [[spoiler: Mobile's Secret House is extremely well hidden, though.]]

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* SecretShop: Wallace's Mystery Shop.Shop, located within Stage 1 and offering the best stat-boosting items in the game. It isn't ''very'' secret, what with the star painted on the door, but still... [[spoiler: Mobile's Secret House is extremely well hidden, though.]]
3rd Sep '16 9:02:30 AM ProfessorDetective
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On November 20th, 2010, the [=PlayStation=] Network version of the game received its first [[DownloadableContent add-on pack]] to coincide with the film's DVD and Blu-ray release; the Xbox 360 version later received the add-on pack on December of the same year. The first add-on pack adds Knives Chau as a playable character, a Dodgeball Mode [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin that is exactly what its name suggests]], a Battle Royale Mode that allows players to battle each other, a drop-in and drop-out multi-player function, and other bug fixes for $2.

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On November 20th, 2010, the [=PlayStation=] Network version of the game received its first [[DownloadableContent add-on pack]] to coincide with the film's DVD and Blu-ray release; the Xbox 360 version later received the add-on pack on December of the same year. The first add-on pack adds Knives Chau as a playable character, a Dodgeball Mode [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin that is exactly what its name suggests]], a Battle Royale Mode that allows players to battle each other, a drop-in and drop-out multi-player multiplayer function, and other bug fixes for $2.



* BanditMook: In Roxy's level, there are enemies with masks who can bodycheck your character, causing them to drop a bit of cash.

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* BanditMook: In Roxy's level, there are enemies with masks who can bodycheck body check your character, causing them to drop a bit of cash.



* BodyHorror: Two instances: Todd Ingram from Stage 3 has an attack where he uses his arm to transform in to an array of different vegetables similar to a certain scene in ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' with great power; using it causes him to be exhausted. The second one is [[spoiler: Gigadeon Graves from Stage 7, whose whole body is covered in veins that connect to his external heart. The lower half of his body consists of the heads of the previously defeated Evil Exes that spit out electrical spheres]].

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* BodyHorror: Two instances: Todd Ingram from Stage 3 has an attack where he uses his arm to transform in to into an array of different vegetables similar to a certain scene in ''Manga/{{Akira}}'' with great power; using it causes him to be exhausted. The second one is [[spoiler: Gigadeon Graves from Stage 7, whose whole body is covered in veins that connect to his external heart. The lower half of his body consists of the heads of the previously defeated Evil Exes that spit out electrical spheres]].



* CuteLittleFangs: Butas, the fat ninja-chicks in Level 4 has them if you squint hard enough.

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* CuteLittleFangs: Butas, the fat ninja-chicks fat, ninja chicks in Level 4 has them if you squint hard enough.



* DragonsUpTheYinYang: The Katayanagi Twins' combo moves are accompanied by random taijitu.

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* DragonsUpTheYinYang: The Katayanagi Twins' combo moves are accompanied by random taijitu.taijutsu.



* MoralDissonance: Scott's ending... is definitely questionable compared to what happens in the canon ending in the comic book, literally showing he has NOT learned anything at all, much less [[spoiler:not getting Ramona to stay with him.]]

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* MoralDissonance: Scott's ending... is definitely questionable compared to what happens in the canon ending in of the comic book, literally showing he has NOT learned anything at all, much less [[spoiler:not getting Ramona to stay with him.]]



* NintendoHard: For first time players, the levels will take some time (especially on Supreme Master difficutly).

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* NintendoHard: For first time players, the levels will take some time (especially on Supreme Master difficutly).difficulty).



** In the online DLC pack, Wallace is a headswap of Stephen who shares almost the exact same moveset as him, but with rainbow effects.

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** In the online DLC pack, Wallace is a headswap head swap of Stephen who shares almost the exact same moveset as him, but with rainbow effects.



* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: The Dragon's Den music is very eerie in comparison with the other stages themes. But then, when you reach the Twins' Lair, you see them playing on an organ, and the bgm stops just as they stop playing it. [[spoiler:If one were to use the cheat code to get to the Sound Test area, it's revealed that it's Joseph's bedroom, and he's been broadcasting all the background music in the game except for places like the Katayanagi lair and Chaos Theater.]]

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* SorryILeftTheBGMOn: The Dragon's Den music is very eerie in comparison with the other stages themes. But then, when you reach the Twins' Lair, you see them playing on an organ, and the bgm BGM stops just as they stop playing it. [[spoiler:If one were to use the cheat code to get to the Sound Test area, it's revealed that it's Joseph's bedroom, and he's been broadcasting all the background music in the game except for places like the Katayanagi lair and Chaos Theater.]]



* ZombieApocalypse: There are a couple of Zombies in the park, but they're relatively easy; especially if you throw them into the convenient open graves. However, there's also "Survival Horror" mode (unlockable by code), where you are in one non-scroll screen, and more and more zombies keep coming out of the wood work without any easy way to "kill" them. And when they fill the entire screen, that's when Nega-Scott's DarkReprise starts playing. And they just keep coming. [[spoiler: Until you survive for 30 real world minutes.]]

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* ZombieApocalypse: There are a couple of Zombies in the park, but they're relatively easy; especially if you throw them into the convenient open graves. However, there's also "Survival Horror" mode (unlockable by code), where you are in one non-scroll screen, and more and more zombies keep coming out of the wood work woodwork without any easy way to "kill" them. And when they fill the entire screen, that's when Nega-Scott's DarkReprise starts playing. And they just keep coming. [[spoiler: Until you survive for 30 real world minutes.]]
29th Aug '16 10:47:04 PM TheMachine203
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On August 10th, 2016, Bryan Lee O'Malley [[https://twitter.com/radiomaru/status/763496255024574464 expressed a strong desire on Twitter]] to see the game rereleased, saying "Give me time."
11th Mar '16 1:40:24 AM erforce
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'''''Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game''''' is a side-scrolling [[BeatEmUp brawler]] that was made in retro-style to harken back to the 8-bit and 16-bit era of video gaming. The game's plot is the same as the series it was based on; the story follows a slacker who falls head-over-heels when he meets an out of town delivery girl, Ramona V. Flowers, and he must battle with her seven evil exes in order to continue dating her. Players can play as Scott Pilgrim, Kim Pine, Stephen Stills, and Ramona Flowers as they battle their way across countless [[{{Mooks}} goons]] in a video game version of UsefulNotes/{{Toronto}} and ultimately take down Ramona's seven evil exes. Like the classic beat 'em up ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom'', the game features RPGElements that allows Scott and his friends can earn money to purchase various items from various stores all throughout Toronto, and gain new abilities and level-up as they beat up enemies.

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'''''Scott ''Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game''''' Game'' is a side-scrolling [[BeatEmUp brawler]] that was made in retro-style to harken back to the 8-bit and 16-bit era of video gaming. The game's plot is the same as the series it was based on; the story follows a slacker who falls head-over-heels when he meets an out of town delivery girl, Ramona V. Flowers, and he must battle with her seven evil exes in order to continue dating her. Players can play as Scott Pilgrim, Kim Pine, Stephen Stills, and Ramona Flowers as they battle their way across countless [[{{Mooks}} goons]] in a video game version of UsefulNotes/{{Toronto}} and ultimately take down Ramona's seven evil exes. Like the classic beat 'em up ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom'', the game features RPGElements that allows Scott and his friends can earn money to purchase various items from various stores all throughout Toronto, and gain new abilities and level-up as they beat up enemies.



* SpiritualSuccessor: To the GameBoyAdvance game based on the 2007 ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' movie.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: To the GameBoyAdvance UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance game based on the 2007 ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' ''WesternAnimation/{{TMNT}}'' movie.
8th Mar '16 11:42:39 PM J_D49
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* PromotedToPlayable: Knives Chau goes from an assist character to fully playable through a DLC add-on. Similarly, Wallace Wells goes from an NPC shopkeeper to another playable character in his DLC pack.



* SecretCharacter: [[spoiler: Nega-Scott, if you beat the game with all 4 characters. Knives Chau is available through a DLC pack.]]

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* SecretCharacter: [[spoiler: Nega-Scott, if you beat the game with all 4 characters. Knives Chau is and Wallace Wells are available through a separate DLC pack.packs.]]
3rd Jan '16 5:55:31 AM FoolishCookie
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* FatBastard: Williams, Butas, and Donnies, and they can repel attacks [[{{Kevlard}} using their prodigious girth]].

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* FatBastard: Williams, Butas, Harleys, and Donnies, and they can repel fast attacks [[{{Kevlard}} using their prodigious girth]].girth]]. They can also attack with a [[{{BellyFlopCrushing}} belly thrust]] and will [[{{GroundPound}} slam down on you]] if you're on the ground.
16th Dec '15 1:02:04 PM foxley
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* GroupieBrigade: Early in Stage 3, a throng of Clash at Demonhead fans appears as a stage hazard, trampling your character if they stand at the middle part of the screen.
3rd Dec '15 12:12:49 PM MegaMarioMan
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* BanditMook: In Roxy's level, there are enemies with masks who can bodycheck your character, causing them to drop a bit of cash.
3rd Dec '15 12:07:09 PM MegaMarioMan
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* KickThemWhileTheyAreDown: One early attack you unlock allows you to do this. You can also throw objects at fallen enemies. There's a trophy for killing someone with the latter.
21st Nov '15 11:41:52 AM AndyLA
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* NoblewomansLaugh: Envy has a MIDI version.
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