It's crude, violent, immature, button mashy, and absolutely no fourth wall. So all in all it's exactly what you'd expect out of a game starring Deadpool. Aiming is a bit annoying so far, which wouldn't be that noticeable if a majority of the enemies I've so far faced weren't at range and went out of their way to run away and continue shooting at me. Typical "light, heavy, evade/counter" button combinations, ranged combat, and upgradable abilities and gear that have become the norm for this genre. I've only played an hour or so, but I'm enjoying it for what it is: An immature mindless action game that you can play at the end of the day to relieve stress. So I'd say if you're familiar with the source material and aren't looking for something overly complex pick it up. I wouldn't play it around kids though. It really goes out of it's way.
BeanX the Irrelevant wrote:
So Lolgaxe tell me your thoughts on the Deadpool game after you play it. Im a cheap **** so ill wait for it to go on sale but from what I am to understand in reviews Shaky controls and ok game play but pitch perfect Deadpool humor and dialog.
There's an extras menu with bios that I haven't really dived into that I plan to, but the one I did look at I found to be exceptional. It's basically a slideshow using actual comic pages giving information on how certain characters relate to Deadpool, with a voice over. Between that and the first little pre-game area (Deadpool's apartment) I found really well done. The voice acting is really well done.
Edited, Jun 26th 2013 9:30am by lolgaxe