Ever since being delisted from PSN and Xbox Live Arcade in 2014, fans have requested for Scott Pilgrim vs The Worldâ€™s return. Itâ€™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.
Whatâ€™s so special about Scott Pilgrim? In short, itâ€™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 weekâ€™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
- Glitchâ€™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.