Ever since being delisted from PSN and Xbox Live Arcade in 2014, fans have requested for Scott Pilgrim vs The World’s return. It’s finally back this Thursday, giving everyone the pleasure of paying for it for a second time. It does at least include all DLC, and Switch owners can also get in on the action.
What’s so special about Scott Pilgrim? In short, it’s a very good (and faithful) 2D brawler. It also had quite a bit of talent attached to it, including involvement from Edgar Wright and animation handled by Paul Robertson â€“ creator of the legendary Pirate Baby’s Cabana Battle Street Fight 2006.
MXGP 2020 also makes a pitstop on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S, ahead of next week’s fellow two-wheeled racer RIDE 4, while the Xbox gets Jet Kave Adventure â€“ a side-scrolling platformer featuring cavemen with jetpacks. Historically accurate, then. It went down reasonably well on Switch around a year ago.
The Switch receives its first retail release of 2021 too, in the form of Five Nights At Freddy’s: Core Collection (also out on PS4 and Xbox One.) It may even turn up in next week’s UK chart.
New release showcase
Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game – Complete Edition
Jet Kave Adventure
Life Of Fly
Down in Bermuda
Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom
New multiformat releases
- Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game – Complete Edition
- MXGP 2020 – The Official Motocross Videogame
- Life Of Fly
- Glitch’s Trip
New on PSN
- Helheim Hassle
- Arcade Archives Rodland
New on Xbox Store
- Jet Kave Adventure
- Outbreak: The New Nightmare Definitive Edition
- The Pillar: Puzzle Escape
- Down in Bermuda
- Kauil’s Treasure
- Blacksmith of the Sand Kingdom
- Summer in Mara
- Iris Fall
New Switch retail releases
- Five Nights At Freddy’s: Core Collection
Next week: Hitman 3, Ride 4 (PS5), The King Of Fighters XIV: Ultimate Edition, Gravity Heroes, Redout: Space Assault, ADVERSE, Skycadia, Air Bounce – The Jump ‘n’ Run Challenge, Unspottable, and TAURONOS.