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Album Review

Everything connected to the film adaptation of Bryan Lee O’Malley's comic Scott Pilgrim vs. the World was made with loving attention to detail, so it’s no surprise that the soundtrack to the movie’s tie-in video game is just as well crafted. Of course, most movies don’t lend themselves to video games as well as Scott Pilgrim vs. the World — which uses video game jargon and imagery to demonstrate how Scott grows as a person as he takes on the seven evil exes of his crush Ramona Flowers — and fewer still films provide such a distinct aesthetic for a game’s music. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game is a side-scrolling fighter rendered in beautifully old-school 8-bit graphics, and the music follows suit. The game’s developers hired 8-bit band Anamanaguchi to provide the music, and they serve up hyperkinetic tracks that sound like they’ve been hiding on an NES cartridge for a quarter century. While the adorable “Another Winter” and “Suburban Tram” throw in some guitars and live drums for an indie rock twist, most of these songs are pure chiptune goodness, particularly “Sushi Box,” “Maki Ya,” and “Bollywood,” which capture the frenzied pace, rapid-fire arpeggios, and wild pitch-bending of classic 8-bit music. Indeed, “Twin Dragons,” “Technoman,” and “Subboss Theme” nod even more firmly to the game and soundtrack’s inspirations, reaffirming just how much knowledge and affection Anamanaguchi and the game’s creators have for the culture that spawned Scott Pilgrim. Almost as entertaining as the game itself, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game’s music will delight gamers, 8-bit aficionados, and fans of Scott Pilgrim’s extended universe.

Customer Reviews

8 Bit Awesome

Man, this album is awesome if you're geeky like me! Not only is it decent 8bit sounding music, this album is like a mega nostalgia machine! I mean, if you've got a shuffle on, one minute you're listening to Alien Ant Farm and next thing, BAM! Its like your life becomes a video game instantly....
...I won't lie, I did a few Super Mario style jumps while out jogging when this album came on...


One of the only good licenced games, and if that wasn't enough, it also has an amazing soundtrack.


Formed: 2004 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Combining the setup of a traditional four-piece rock band with the digitized sounds of a hacked 1985 Nintendo game system, Anamanaguchi are an innovative chiptune punk band from New York. Influenced by both the mainstream pop of Weezer and the Beach Boys, and the old-skool NES games Super Mario Brothers, Zelda, and Megaman, the group consists of Peter Berkman, bassist James DeVito, guitarist Ary Warnaar, and drummer Luke Silas. Formed in 2004, the band has become famous for its unorthodox music-making...
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