Deadpool (2013)

Video Game  -  Action | Comedy | Fantasy  -  25 June 2013 (USA)
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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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25 June 2013 (USA)  »

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$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: OH SHIT! He's throwing the Tubbies at me again! I LOVE THE TUBBIES!
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Featured in The Angry Joe Show: Deadpool (2013) See more »


Performed by Patsy Cline
Written by Willie Nelson
Courtesy of MCA Nashville
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10 October 2013 | by (Valhalla) – See all my reviews

This is a tale of revenge. About a man who avenges the death of the someone he hardly knows on a mutant mastermind. What he doesn't know is the entire world rests on his should... I don't want to continue the joke because you know the punchline is Deadpool: The Video Game.

To elaborate more on the plot in it's real entirety, Deadpool tries to kill Mr Sinister because Deadpool was out to assassinate someone Mr Sinister already killed and thus cancels the Assassination contract and while this is going on you are unintentionally saving the world... I am deadly serious, this is what you are playing for. Does it work? If you enjoy the over-the-top insanity of the character it does work.

The Gameplay isn't all that impressive. I mean it is fun in some spots but in others it does get tiring. The Gameplay can get fun if you're playing one of the really insane parts but the rest does stand up on it's own merits.

Now I am going to go into great depth about the insanity of the game. In this game there is a level where you play a "Spin The Wheel" type game for $1 billion but instead cause a magnetic apocalypse, when you do it again you throw a cow in the mix. So if you don't like that kind of insanity as well as fourth wall jokes galore (I'm serious, if you are losing a lot of health, Deadpool will insult the player) then this game is not for you.

So if you want to play some kind of over-the-top insane video game (but to be honest, would you expect anything else from Deadpool?) then this is certainly worth a look, almost enough to excuse the somewhat repetitive game play.

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