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2.67 stars 2.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 0 releases and 0 DLC

Clever, Quick, but just barely worth it. 0

I'd recommend this game, but only very barely.This game may be a victim of its own hype, but in my experience, it didn't live up to those expectations. There is very little action on the viewers part. You largely go down hallways, listen to the narrator, and constantly make left / right choices. Depending on which order you choose these, you get the different endings to the game. There are some neat ideas and endings here, but some of the paths can become repetitive to get to, when the only dif...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Interesting Artistic Concept; A Frustratingly Simple & Repetitive Game 0

The amount of random battles in this roughly 4 hour game will make you want to throw a controller at a wall, which may be why it doesn't have controller support. Actually, the ability to use a controller was added after release, but even that feature is a glitchy mess that requires a workaround to actually use. So it is.The idea behind this game is phenomenal. An adventure game that starts out like the earliest examples of the genre, with mechanics and graphics that evolve over time along with t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Fun, Frustration, Nostalgia, and a faint reminder of Dark Souls. 0

Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World tries so hard to remind of us of games played in late 80s to early 90s, so it's a bit ironic that the game that it ended up reminding me of is a more modern release, namely Dark Souls. Both games have frustrating difficulty curves and have gameplay that focuses on animation priority. If you press a button, you are locked in that animation until it completes. Both also contain many battles that are borderline impossible until you learn of strategies that some delusiona...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.