Scott Pilgrim is Back and He is Getting His Own Card Game

Written by Chad

March 22, 2017

We miss Scott Pilgrim and he is showing up once more with his very own card game.

It has been a while since we last heard of Brian Lee O’Malley’s hit graphic novel, which became a full-length live action movie and also a video game (though the graphic novel was heavily inspired in video games). Now it is making a return with the upcoming release of Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game, created by Keith Baker and will be released by Renegade Game Studios.

The deck-building card game lets you play as Scott Pilgrim or some of his companions and each of them will have themed decks that matches with their personalities. It will still have the video game tropes and will allow you choose in handling situations either with violence or empathy.

So far no additional info were mentioned if it will have an expansion release as well as the actual release date for the card game, but it was mentioned that it will be available this summer. Can’t wait to try out Scott Pilgrim’s Precious Little Card Game.

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