Release Date: June 25, 2013
Size: 4.25 GB
System Requirements: Windows XP and above, Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.4 Ghz or better, Memory: 2 GB, HDD: 7 GB, Video Card: Nvidia Geforce 8600 GT
About The Game:
Deadpool is an action beat ‘em up video game, with new combos becoming available to Deadpool as he progresses. The game, which is rated “mature”, frequently breaks the fourth wall, and Deadpool verbally interacts with the player based on their skill and progress.
By default, Deadpool is armed with both guns and swords, but he also has access to giant hammers, plasma guns, and a range of other alternatives. A short range of teleportation moves are possible as well. As he slowly falls apart while sustaining damage, players must avoid further damage in order to recover.
The story of the game is set with Deadpool accepting a mission to assassinate Chance White (he doesn’t know why he accepted, as he is merely following the part of the game’s script that he bothered to read), a corrupt media mogul whose television channel produces such quality programming as “Jump the Shark”, in which celebrities must literally jump over a tank of water containing a ravenous great white shark. Deadpool storms White’s media headquarters, slaughters the guards there, and tackles himself and White out of a window and into the sewers (blowing the game’s budget in the process). However, White is saved by Mister Sinister and his team, who then kills him after confirming that he has White’s satellites under his control. Deadpool is upset that his contract is gone and wants revenge on Sinister.