Deadpool Crack/Patch

Deadpool Deadpool's oratory: "There are a few important things I need to say before you crack into my insanely sweet game. (Oof. Here we go again.) I'm a mercenary with an accelerated healing factor. I've been described as unstable, which is just plain coo-coo. (Wait, do sane people say coo-coo?) I'm gonna battle for the safety of humans and mutants. (And even mumans.) Be prepared for just about anything. (Holla!) • I made sure to capture all my good sides, so I made my game a third-person action-shooter. (Yep, you get to look at my heinie.) • Keep a look out cuz some of my X-Men pals (Whoa, what pals?!) are making an appearance. (Hope you don't mind picking hair out of your tacos.) • I'm really good at killing, so I made it a blast stringing together combos, and totally eviscerating my enemies. (Ev-is-cer-a-ting!) • I brought my skills and a buttload of my favorite things. Katanas (check), guns (bang!) explosives (boom), duct tape (quack) and of course, yours truly - ME! (Checkmate!)"

Download Deadpool Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 65 / 100
User rating
Downloads 6462
Genre Fighting, 3D, Action, Beat-'Em-Up, Shooter, Third-Person, Arcade
Company / Developer
Activision / High Moon Studios

Deadpool reviews ( 7 )

RobyLula555, Jun 26, 2013

Don't listen to critics this game is funny as hell. I almost died of laughing. Gameplay is normal hack n slash with upgrades. the main good thing in game is the jokes.

szataniel, Mar 30, 2014

I really can't understand critics and players who give this game bad reviews. In my humble opinion game is great, funny with lot of action. Gameplay is awesome but quite short. I'm sure I will come back and play again and again...

Ash23Neuro, Feb 29, 2016

This game is crazy, mad, loony! Plot is fun, abstract, unpredictable. Everything is unpredictable! You never know what crazy thing can happen in next room (8 bit 2d game, imagined party with hot chicks). I adore levels design based on comic books art style. Loads of fun for mature players ;).

Duskspark, Jul 21, 2013

Deadpool is probably one of the hardest comic book characters to bring to life due to his versitile characteristics, vulgar jokes, and simply his oddly humoristic personality. However, both High Moon Studios and Nolan North did a great job bringing Deadpool to life in the game of the same name, "Deadpool"! It doesn't do anything new besides being a third person Slash 'Em Up, but that wasn't what fans asked for. Every single Deadpool, Marvel, or simply comic book fan should definately pick this up. A must for every lover of the Merch with a Mouth. (Heheh, "lover"!)

Jurmy, Jun 26, 2013

The only reason for giving it an 8 is due to controls. While attempting to teleport, hitting the jump key gets annoying. Gameplay is typical hack n slash, but the humor in it is what I really enjoy. Deadpool being extremely meta, and as such makes many jokes about the world he is living in/the player controlling him. If you're a fan of the comics, you'll love this game. I don't understand the hate it's a really fun game that I really enjoyed.

IRevolution, Aug 15, 2013

Well... This turned out to be a good game. to be it felt like a casual game something I didn't have to sit down and immerse myself into a storyline or plot and would find myself playing for an hour at a time and then sometimes for only 20minutes... I enjoyed the game it really was FUN. Isn't that how games are meant to be? ..........Yes it does suffer from flaws... but that doesn't mean it's a bad game, ignore the 63 metascore because it deserves a good 75/100 If you have a good sense of humor you'll enjoy the game.

evild4ve, Dec 5, 2013

I bought this in the Steam sale and ended up feeling disappointed even with 75% off. I quite appreciated the humour, but it tries too hard a lot of the time, and the witty quips when he chops yet another clone get tiresome. The real problem is the awful game engine, the poor level design and the fact it's a console-port. Console ports don't usually bother me, but in combination with the other problems it manages to remove all interest value from the combat. Like "I'm in a wall, there are five (identical) enemies milling around behind me, I can't control the camera, I'll mash some buttons and just hope they die as easily as the previous 500 of them." Levels are scripted to the point of ridiculousness, the upgrade tree sucks because it mostly revolves around powering up the special moves that you never use because you'd then need a hand for the mouse to control where you look, a hand for the w,s,a,d to control where you're going, and a third hand to actually press the attack buttons. Deadpool: a game for three-handed Beavis and Butthead fans with very low standards of level design.