Summary: Deadpool and videogames are a potential match made in Heaven. Marvel's perpetually popular Merc with a Mouth is violent, vulgar and lacking even the smallest shred of subtlety. That's why we love him, though, and why the tacky world of mainstream videogame production is so perfect for him. The catch is, however, that Deadpool is famous for being funny .
Excerpt: The infamous Marvel character Merc with a mouth made it into his first ever personal video game; Deadpool. Naturally, for the Deadpool fans, the gameplay was nothing short of ridiculous especially during the interactive cut scenes of the hilarious and vulgar protagonist. While the game already explained that it was a low budget project via Peter Della Penna from the in game High Moon Studios and Deadpool's junior artist comment in his apartment, the graphics offered...
Excerpt: Deadpool is idiocy. Pure idiocy. Of course, anyone with a basic understanding of the merc with the mouth should expect that. It took a while, but someone finally worked up the nerve to make a game starring the foul-mouthed, schizophrenic, Marvel ninja. While the game built around the concept is pretty average, I can say with no hesitation that this is the most immature, insensitive, and ridiculous games I've played in a long time.
Excerpt: If you're familiar with the Marvel Comics character of Deadpool then you know to expect the unexpected. Sure, this "Merc with a mouth" has the same healing factor as Wolverine and can't be killed, but we know him mainly for his unique personality and ability to interact with his audience (break the fourth wall). Besides his many comic book appearances, we've seen Deadpool in both versions of Marvel vs Capcom 3.
Preview: Deadpool Breaks the fourth wall, and the third, and...
21 July 2013
Excerpt: Being quite the big Deadpool fan, I was ecstatic when I got the chance to check out the upcoming Deadpool game from Activision and High Moon Studios. As is the case with any licensed title, there's the risk of an otherwise generic game being slapped with a meager coat of recognizable paint. Too often we get games that not only fail to capture what fans love about the original property but are also just bad games in general. Deadpool is looking to do something about that.