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Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game

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H.A.W.X. 2 Wins at Marketing

  What's the best way to promote a game? Bombarding sites with press releases? Releasing demos? TV ad campaigns? Exclusive events that members of the press get to liveblog? No, silly, the best way to promote a game is to make another game. Sound ridiculous? Ubisoft don't think so. Find out more after the jump. Read More

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What Got Cut from Scott Pilgrim: The Game

  It's a sad fact that when developing a game, not everything proposed makes the final cut. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Gamewas no exception. Ubisoft artist Stéphane Boutin has shared a huge array of concept art and information on things that were cut over on his blog. It's a fascinating insight into the development process. Find out more about what didn't make the cut after the jump. Read More

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Scott Pilgrim and Shank Punching XBLA in the Face Tomorrow

  PlayStation owners who have been smirking over the exclusivity of the excellent Scott Pilgrim vs. The World can wipe that grin off their faces. After just two weeks, the low-res, chiptune-fueled brawler is smashing its way to Xbox LIVE Arcade. Not only that, but Klei Entertainment's celebration of stabbing and shooting Shank is also hitting the Marketplace this week. It's definitely a good time to be an angry person. Hit the jump to find out more. Then give it a good kick in the teeth for good measure. Read More

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Kombo\'s Weekly Round-Up

    Another Monday-Friday has rolled by, so you all know what time it is: Weekly Round-Up time! You can get all of your gaming goodness from the week below. We've added a new addition to the line-up, so keep your eyes peeled out for the new, individual Reviews and Features sections that have been added to the standard Monday-Friday lineup of news. That way kids, you can find our exclusive content easier than ever! That stuff's at the bottom of the page. Let us know if you think rearranging needs to be done or if you like the new Weekly Round-Up format!   As for the Round-Up? Well, it's chock-full. This was a busy week. Media and gamers were flooded with news, trailers, and announcements via gamescom in Cologne, Germany.    Get all the week's news after the break! (Hint: Mass Effect 2 is coming to the PS3!)     Read More

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Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World Review

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game (SPvTW) is a video game, based on a movie, based on a graphic novel, based on video games. Essentially, it’s a video game that relishes in the wacked out logic of video games. Gamers able to follow that train of thought will pick up SPvTW and enjoy tons of video game references from the late 80s and early 90s in a beautifully animated game with a soundtrack that will send ears into audio bliss. SPvTW is a side scrolling brawler made popular in the early 90s arcade scene with games like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles andFinal Fight. The real roots of the game can be pegged all the way back to the NES title River City Ransom. The action-laden source for the game makes this genre a perfect fit for a star-crossed lover who has to battle through seven evil exes to win the girl of his dreams. The references to classic video games come fast and heavy. Nearly each instance of the game can be traced back to some classic franchise. The levels will begin with a Mega Man type intro and interspersed are shops where players can spend collected coins. Gamers who are in tuned with these types of things will delight in the fact this game is an ultimate fan service to everything video games. It is impossible to list all the games it borrows from as influence since that list alone would be longer than the review. Gamers coming to this game without that type of institutional knowledge will still enjoy the sights and sounds. Read More