Marvel Comic’s “Merc with a Mouth” has developed a cult-like following from his previous battles with heros and villains alike. Deadpool, who made his comic book debut in 1997 finally gets his own game. Deadpool was first revealed at the 2012 San Diego Comic Con, however High Moon Studios only gave gamers a taste of what’s to come, with just a teaser trailer and no release dates promised.

Deadpool Finally Gets to Star in His Own Game

New Trailer

While there is still no exact date to hit store’s shelves, it is expected to release sometime this summer. To remind comic book readers and gamers of Deadpool’s upcoming availability, the Marvel wanted to give fans  an even sweeter taste of the game with its recently released Trailer. However, as you’ll see from the trailer, Deadpool stole the money for the trailer from Marvel and took over its production himself. Which results in an obnoxiously hilarious video which shows off a game that is sure to be at the very least entertaining.

The Marvel character is revolutionary in the fact that he uses a non-politically correct persona while utilizing his guns, his swords and his fourth-wall breaking narrative (or talking directly with the player) that has made him famous.  This funny, but foul-mouthed character uses his own unique brand of “toilet humor”, and love for chimichangas, to hack and slash his way through missions.

Platforms and Pre-orders

This third person shooter game lets you control Deadpool and his assortment of weapons, and is enhanced by a supporting cast of Cable, Death and his X-force partner Domino.

Wade Wilson, the voice of the character says, “Deadpool makes Spiderman look like a bike cop.”While writer Daniel Way is credited with the hilarious writing.  Although Deadpool has a juvenile sense of humor, he can shoot, hack and slash his way through anything.

Deadpool is expected to be released on Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 later this year, and rumored to be out this Summer.  Pre-order is now available at deadpoolgame.com.

Check out the trailer:

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