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Deadpool- Xbox 360

Deadpool- Xbox 360
alaScore 90

11 reviews

Jul, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay and usability. The story and design are also mentioned favorably.

design, story, usability, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Deadpool- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 11 reviews)

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Deadpool

 

Yeah, well, count yourself lucky. A sorry cross between Paperboy, Tony Hawk style perform-tricks-as-you-go ‘sk8er boi' games and with the juvenile mentality of an Andrew Dice Clay or Howard Stern (they even made a goal out of getting into Stern's...

Deadpool. He’s crazy, he’s goofy, he’s one funny sonofabitch ; Several (often obscure) Marvel characters make an appearance (seriously – Domino?)

Boring, endless fights ; Paper thin plot

Having been a fan of Deadpool since he first appeared, I have to say that it’s about time he got his own video game. While far from the best game out there, there’s more than enough jokes and humor (albeit with a tendency towards the crass and...

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Deadpool (Xbox 360) Review

 

Deadpool has arrived with his own game, written and directed by Deadpool, and starring Deadpool. Does the game break away from the pack, or was Deadpool better left without his own game? 411's Todd Vote checks in with his full review.

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Deadpool

 

Manic, unpredictable, insane. That's Deadpool in a nutshell. Both the character and his video game revel in abject silliness, and just like the comic book, anything completely random can happen at any given moment in Deadpool: the game. It's for this...

Not quite up to the standards of High Moon's Transformers: War For Cybertron, Deadpool is nevertheless a decent use of the Marvel license. That said, there's just something about the whole product that feels a little dated, and the lack of content...

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Deadpool Review

 

Deadpool, guns, chimichangas, more guns, X-Men, explosives, and, somehow, even more guns. Need I say more?

However, this isn’t the longest game out there. It will probably only take you about 6-8 hours to complete. And sadly, there isn’t a ton of replay value to this title. There are challenges to complete, but they don’t feel necessary, and there aren’t...

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Deadpool Review

 

Deadpool seems like the perfect protagonist for a videogame. But is this 4th-wall breaking, loudmouth mercenary's game actually any good?

Deadpool" is a short game, with just 7 meaningful levels, and no co-op or multiplayer to flesh out the experience. Only the most dedicated of fans or achievement hunters would want to stick around for a second playthrough either. All this means that...

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Deadpool

 

Angus gets his crazy-on to review High Moon Studio's new comic-book adaption.

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Deadpool Review

 

Comic book characters, just as any work of literature, can be timeless. What Deadpool fails to acknowledge is that he does not fall in this category. While the likes of X-Men and Hulk have served, at times, as allegories, there is just too much...

Select cameos; Homage to comic book origins

Repetitive enemies; Repetitive combat mechanics; Poorly conceived levels; No real desire to push through the wafer-thin narrative beyond the aforementioned cameos

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