With the help of Cable, Rogue, Wolverine and many other heroes, Deadpool must stop Mr Sinister, while trying to make his video game really awesome and going over budget countless times.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Deadpool / Himself (voice)
Cable / Blockbuster / Earthquaker (voice)
Keith Ferguson ...
Mr. Sinister / Peter Della Penna / Stormthrower / Phaser / Pizza Guy (voice)
Wolverine (voice)
Rogue / Psylocke / Spirit (voice)
Domino (voice)
Chani Krich ...
Arclight / Bikini Girl (voice)
Death / Developer 3 / Brawler Female (voice)
Ranged 5 / Ranged 1 (voice) (as Matt Mercer)
Additional Voices (voice)
Ranged 4 (voice)
Chance White (voice)
Dave B. Mitchell ...
Phaser / Clone 1 / Clone Boss / Clone 3 (voice) (as Dave Mitchell)
Michael Robert Berger ...
Armored / Clone 2 (voice) (as Michael Berger)
Ranged 2 (voice) (as John Bentley)


After Deadpool finds out he is getting his own video game, he goes off and tries to make it the best game ever. Deadpool kills, beats, goes well over budget, everything but actually doing what he is supposed to, which is kill Mr Sinister and his clones. Written by Jack Murray

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This what awesome looks like-me


Action | Comedy | Fantasy


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Release Date:

25 June 2013 (USA)  »

Box Office


$100,000,000 (estimated)

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In the beginning of the game, Deadpool complains about not finding his autographed comic book, "New Mutants" issue number 98. This was the comic in which Deadpool first appeared. See more »


Deadpool: [after collecting ammo; to the player] See these? These are bullets. I need these.
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Version of X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) See more »


This Time I Know
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Fun hack n slash game featuring the merc with a mouth
1 June 2015 | by (Alabama) – See all my reviews

This game was a fun game featuring the comic character that can match Spider-man quip for quip. It also features a lot of adult content and is probably one of the last good comic book based games based on a Marvel character. Too bad Disney acquired the rights to nearly all the Marvel characters as one of the results of this seems to be only seeing our favorite comic book characters in video games only in that god awful money grab known as Disney Infinity. This one reminds me of another comic game that I was not expecting to be all that great and got at a dirt low price and really enjoyed it, "Punisher". That one was a bit better than this one even though it did come out on the last generation of consoles. Though I am not the type of person who orgasms because of graphics, but rather, I enjoy a game because of the game play. Here it is fun and fast paced and features a lot of humor. That of course is to be expected as Deadpool is a comic character that likes to run his mouth. He is also crazy and this game captures his crazy side quite well. So, while we will probably never get another Ultimate Alliance for Deadpool to roam in (thanks Disney) we at least got this fun game that for a nice change of pace doesn't take a lifetime to play through.

The story, well there is one, but it is kind of messed up. Deadpool is of course aware that he is in a game so he tends to go off script here and there. Deadpool is hired to take out a guy, but soon finds himself going after Mr. Sinister who has a sinister plan up his sleeve! Deadpool must face Sinister's group the Marauders while also trying to survive Cable's explanation on what is going on! He also putters around the house, attends a party and kills countless clones!

The game play is your basic hack n slash type game though there are a few areas where the game becomes a bit different whether because of a budget that is running low or Deadpool's deranged mind. You get to use swords, hammers and tons of guns as he blasts and slices his way through level after level. For the most part the game is not to annoyingly hard thanks to Deadpool's healing factor. If you find yourself getting low on health run around and eventually you will be revitalized. However, while most of the game has its moments, the last level was pure hell! Still, fun once you kill the three Marauders and face Sinister.

So, while this game is not a perfect triumph it is still a very fun game. The humor had me laughing and it was neat seeing other characters in the X-men's universe coming to the aid of Deadpool. Granted, only Cable really helps, most of the others do not really have all that much screen time, though there is a humorous section of the game featuring a playable Rogue. The game was definitely worth the less than 15 dollars I spent on it as this is just one of those games you hold out for as it will go down in price and that is when you snatch it up. That way there is no risk should it turn out to be bad and it yields high rewards should it turn out to be fun...which this one was.

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