Scott Pilgrim on PS3 & New Interactive Trailer Released!

Mon, Aug 9, 2010

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Scott Pilgrim vs The World is set to debut in the US on August 13th, but if you just can’t wait to see the movie in theaters, perhaps some of these goodies should tide you over until then. Below, we have the interactive trailer for the film and news concerning the release of the PS3 game as a tie-in for the movie.

Scott Pilgrim Interactive Trailer

Not only is it one of the neatest trailers I’ve ever seen, but it shows just how much detail and care the producers are putting into the movie. Essentially, it takes the second trailer and makes it into an interactive game to show you how the movie was made.

The objective is simple: Click on the trailer and find as many pieces of information possible. When you find a secret, the links in the information stream will reveal more details about the film. The more secrets found, the more points you’ll gain and achievements you’ll unlock.

Scott Pilgrim vs The World for PS3

This quirky game adaptation of the series is set to be released tomorrow on the PlayStation Network, August 9th and will follow the story of the first five books. The premise is that Scott has fallen in love with an courier Ramona Flowers. However, Scott must defeat her seven evil ex-boyfriends before being able to date her.

Coming from Ubisoft, it should be a title that many fans of the comic book series cherish. IGN has a gameplay trailer that showcases the game, if you’re still not sure:

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