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Above Average

not that great

posted by NateDog500 (MISSION VIEJO, CA) Jun 27, 2013

Member since Feb 2010

2 out of 9 gamers (22%) found this review helpful

this game is just a generic hack/slash game that barely gets it right. the only thing that makes it somewhat tolerable is the humor. if you are a deadpool fan then you will like this game, if not just pass.

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Above Average

Deadpool-Better comic than game

posted by MichaelBertrand (SAN DIEGO, CA) Jun 28, 2013

Member since Jun 2013

1 out of 7 gamers (14%) found this review helpful

I just expected more honestly-
Deadpool is a great character, the game however was just an ok game. It's a normal Hack N Slash game other than it being Deadpool as the main character. The humor saves it really, and most times it didn't even make me laugh, only a few times is did. I just expected more honestly.
-Tried replaying it, not a lot of replay value.
-The hardest mode is almost impossible.
-The weapons aren't that powerful/useful.
-Stick to the swords.

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Almost the perfect game

posted by AppallingSlinky (LA VISTA, NE) Dec 9, 2014

Member since Mar 2011

This is definitely the funniest game I've ever played. I had friends stop playing other games to watch me play this one. There's a constant swirl of jokes, sight gags, innuendo, and gore. The gameplay mechanics were great, the guns were fun and constantly evolving as you used them, and the difficulty level was perfect. I never felt that I had to grind away at this game. It was difficult at points, but difficult in a way I enjoyed.

The only flaw in this otherwise perfect game is the length. I took my time going through the story, and it still only took me about 6 hours. There are some challenges you can go play through, but they're just waves of enemies on levels from the story.

If they have to choose between writing a short, excellent story and a long one that becomes monotonous, I'd pick the short, but man do I wish there was more to this game. Or at least some sort of gimmick to make it replayable.

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