Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World - Page 2
Way back in "Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life," Scott's bandmate Stephen Stills revealed that in the Canadian indie scene, like all things, knowledge is power. Specifically, the power to out-rock rival bands.
Chances are, if you were one of the thousands who downloaded "Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game" from PSN last month -- and there were a lot of you, since it was the #1 downloaded game for the month of
On the surface, Scott Pilgrim and Thomas "Neo" Anderson may not seem to have a whole lot in common. Sure, they're both fighters on an epic journey, but Scott's actions are a little more romantically motivated than Neo's world-saving "Chosen One" mission
It's fair to say that most video games based on movies or comic books suck. There are a few exceptions -- "Spider-Man 2," "Marvel vs. Capcom" -- but by and large, if it's a tie-in, conventional wisdom suggests you get a friend to buy it so you can play it at their house without wasting your hard-earned cash. That
The hotly-anticipated "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game" goes on sale today, but before Ubisoft tapped the all-star team of pixel artist supreme Paul Robertson and chiptunes masters Anamanaguchi to bring the beloved Bryan Lee O'Malley graphic novel series (and its soon-to-be-released movie adaptation) to the Xbox 360
As you may have heard, the big screen adaptation of "Scott Pilgrim" hits theaters this week, and while I've already dropped my stamp of approval on the movie itself, there's another big aspect of it that hasn't seen much discussion: the soundtrack, which is currently streaming in its entirety on Spinner.com!
Those of you who want to go into the theater completely fresh might want to skip ou
"Scott Pilgrim vs. The World" finally arrives in theaters this week, and having seen it already, I can tell you that Chris Evans is absolutely glorious as Lucas Lee. With his tongue-in-cheek swagger and hilarious line delivery, Evans could easily shoulder a film or two with Lee in a starring role