Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game Delisted from Xbox Live and PSN

It seems like just yesterday the world was in an uproar over the DLC for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game possibly being cancelled and now the game cannot be purchased at all. That’s right; it’s the end of an era. As of today, the 8-bit goodness that is Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game is no longer available for purchase from either Xbox Live or PlayStation Network. The move likely comes as the year comes to a close and contracts with its publisher Ubisoft are expiring.

The deslisting comes as a shock, however, as the game seemed to have developed a strong cult following. Just this past April, a special vinyl edition of Anamanaguchi’s soundtrack was released for Record Store Day.

No official statement has been made.

Those have yet to purchase the game can still do by buying a digital download code straight from either Best Buy or GameStop. No word on how long these will be available or how long they will redeem, however, so it’s best to purchase and redeem as soon as possible.

The delisting comes in the wake of Uno and Marvel vs. Capcom: Origins also being delisted from the service. No word on why.