From GameWatcher: "This week could be your last chance to buy a copy of Deadpool. The movie is doing just fine, but the video game will soon disappear from online marketplaces and retail stores."
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glad i have it on my laptop never deleting it
So do I
I am sure it will still be available to download after u bought it but u wont be able to buy it again
How is this game?
Fun, repetitive. Worth a play through if you like hack n' slash.
i found it very funny. but optimization sucks, most of the time sub 20 fps , i don't understand why, should be 1080/60 with no sweat with such graphics
It's a common problem with Activision Marvel games. The Spider-Man games also ran like crap. As for the Deadpool game itself, it was a standard action games, not amazing in any way, but it IS gut-bustingly funny. It's worth playing just for the writing alone.
let's be real, we're not losing a big deal. The game is funny af but the gameplay is just boring and until this day I remain my opinion that I don't want to play it again.
It looked funny and thats why i want to play it and i just bought it but now the question is would u still play it the 1st time?
yes. The jokes were what carried me for the first time but if you hadn't bought it already, I would advise you to not buy it. If I had to describe the game, for me it's like watching those 3 boring hours of WWE's Raw just because your favorite comedian is their special guest of the night and he keeps having funny segments through the show! (well, wrestling is the Hack N Slash in this example, I like both but not on WWE/Deadpool)
I feel the exact same such a dull hack and slash game but the deadpool humor carries it
I've got a hard copy of it, I've played for a while and even though is funny the gameplay is kind of boring.
I bet Activision lost the rights to Deadpool and Disney it going to give the license to another publisher.
Fox owns Deadpool, as well as X-Men and I think Fantastic Four. I could be wrong though.
Fox owns a film license for Deadpool, C-Men and Fantastic Four, however, it is Disney (via Marvel) that owns the IPs. Disney is rumoured to be buying much of Fox’s film studios and IPs.
The Cable intro video is one of the funniest gaming moments ever
Its time for a new Deadpool game. Maybe Activision didn’t make a new one because they couldn’t turn it into a lootbox/MTs clusterfuck.
Does that mean for both Console and PC?
Bought one physical copy prices may go up so wanted one beforehand to play
There will always be used copies out in the wild and if you bought it digitally you won't lose the ability to redownload it. At least that's what happened when Capcom lost the marvel vs Capcom 3 license for last gen systems. You just can't buy it new anymore.
I saw it used for like $8 not too long ago. Might go up in value, but I doubt it. That’s what it is with licensed material in a digital world. In the physical world it’s simply out of print.
this is exactly why I don't wan everything to be download/streaming only cause once a game is gone it's for good.
Once I beat the game, I was happy to return it. Not the worst game, but definitely not the best. I would say low middle.
Finished this one a few months ago, super fun game sad to see it go
1. Love that artificial urgency you're trying to create for people to buy this thing. 2. Love that digital future.
All hail physical
Well let me run right out and not get it.
it wont go away it will be there but on ebay or amazon
It is £4.50 on PSN at the moment. If you have plus.
is this game not disc based? sooo....
Glad I got for the Double Discount sale on PSN a couple weeks ago. $10 ain't bad.
This would have been a cool game to port to Switch !
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