Marvel has definitely had highs and lows when it comes to the video game adaptations of their properties and the jury is still out on which of those Deadpool: The Game will fall into. Get a better idea if you will be rushing to the store for the game by watching the trailer after the jump.


The game still isn’t available for months with a release date set for December 31 so it is much too early to write it off all together, but what do you think? Sound off in the comments below.

via IGN


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  1. Erik Waddell on

    If this game has online multiplayer, it will probably shatter all XBox Live records for casual sexism,racism, and depraved profanity.

    • I concur, especially if the ESRB comments are accurate.

      “Battles are frenetic and accompanied by screams of pain, gunfire, and large blood-splatter effects. Some attacks result in dismemberment or decapitations; body parts and bloodstains can be seen on the ground. Players can also employ stealth attacks, in which close-up camera angles depict more severe damage against enemies. Throughout the game, the protagonist provides irreverent commentary and jokes amidst the exaggerated acts of violence (e.g., “No guts no glory” when hanging from his entrails; “Oh that’s gonna leave a mark” when dismembering an enemy; “That’s because you have more comics than me” when repeatedly beating a character on the ground).”

      And that’s just the cliff notes version.

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