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Submitted by LycanGav 764d ago | review

Hit-Reset Review: Deadpool

Hit-Reset's Danny McKeown writes...

"Ultimately, there are simply too many fundamental flaws in the core mechanics and design to look past. Deadpool is a frustratingly dull, perpetually grating mess of a game that seems so valiantly unaware of how poor it is, it actually borders on insulting the player. It is painfully ironic and equally mystifying how a character who’s defining characteristic is purposeful self awareness could be imprisoned within a game so seemingly oblivious to how belligerently poor it is. In another one of it’s awareness devoid jokes, Deadpool gleefully boasts about how many views the announcement trailer got… Sadly, all this serves to do is provide a tragic guideline for estimating just how many people will be bitterly disappointed by this tepid, excitement bereft waste of everyone’s time." (Deadpool, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3/10

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