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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 776d ago | review

MTV- Deadpool Review

MTV:In the Marvel Universe, Deadpool plays an odd role. As a mutate, he isn't quite a mutant. As a mercenary, he doesn't really align with any particular group, although sometimes he does. As a character, he's unstable and constantly breaks the fourth wall. Since his introduction in 1991, he's been an anomaly, and because of that, he has become one of the most beloved characters to ever have their own comic. Now, 22-years after his first appearance, the "Merc with the Mouth" joins the ranks of other AAA comic legends like Wolverine, Superman, Spider-Man, and Batman, and finally has his own self-titled video game. (Deadpool, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3/5

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CaptainYesterday  +   776d ago
I think if your a big enough fan of Deadpool you will enjoy the humour the gameplay get's repetitive though and Deadpool doesn't shut up but that's who he is.

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