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‘Deadpool’ video game debuts launch trailer: ‘Drop the beat!’

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Ahead of the arrival of the Deadpool video game on Tuesday, IGN. com has debuted the gameplay launch trailer for the third-person shooter from Marvel, Activision and High Moon Studios.

“This is my launch trailer,” the Merc with a Mouth says in the introduction, “and research shows that trailers, dubstep and absolute chaos go together like Wolverine and bad haircuts.”

Developed for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, Deadpool is a third-person shooter in which the character — like his comic-book counterpart — breaks the fourth wall to interact with players, in between combat focusing on guns, twin swords and an expanded arsenal that includes lasers and giant hammers.

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Activision debuts cover for ‘Deadpool’ video game

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Activision has at last revealed the cover for Deadpool, the upcoming video game developed by High Moon Studios and written by Daniel Way.

Arriving June 25 for or PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, Deadpool is a third-person shooter in which the character — like his comic-book counterpart — breaks the fourth wall to interact with players, in between combat focusing on guns, twin swords and an expanded arsenal that includes lasers and giant hammers.

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The Marauders board ‘Deadpool’ video game

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The cast of Activision’s Deadpool continues to grow with the announcement that Marauders Arclight, Blockbuster and Vertigo are joining their leader Mister Sinister in the video game. You can see the images below, courtesy of SuperHeroHype.

Arriving June 25 for or PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, Deadpool is a third-person shooter in which the character — like his comic-book counterpart — breaks the fourth wall to interact with players, in between combat focusing on guns, twin swords and an expanded arsenal that includes lasers and giant hammers.

Developed by High Moon Studios and written by Daniel Way, the game will retail in North America for a lower-than-usual $49.99 for consoles and $39.99 for PCs.

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‘Deadpool’ video game gets June 25 release

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Fans of Marvel’s Merc With a Mouth don’t have much longer to wait: Activision has announced it will release its Deadpool video game June 25 in North America (which probably means June 28 in Europe) for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC. Previously, the title had been saddled with a nebulous “summer” launch date.

To mark the announcement, the publisher has debuted a half-dozen new screenshots of the game, which will retail in North America for a lower-than-usual $49.99 for consoles and $39.99 for PCs.

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New ‘Deadpool’ game trailer: ‘Let’s torch this mother!’

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Activision and High Moon Studios have debuted a new trailer for their upcoming Deadpool video game that’s probably just what fans of Marvel’s Merc With a Mouth are looking for: Breaking of the fourth wall? Check. Violence? Check. Juvenile humor? Check. A reference to Cable’s “man-bazookas”? Naturally.

But there are also glimpses of gameplay, sprinkled liberally with gunfire, explosions and bloodshed. Watch the trailer below. Deadpool will be available later this year for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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Deadpool video game debuts new concept art, screenshots

Activision and High Moon Studios have released new concept art and screenshots for Deadpool, the upcoming video game based on Marvel’s infamous Merc With a Mouth. Considering that the game was announced last month at Comic-Con International when the wisecracking mercenary hijacked a Marvel panel, it’s only fitting that he also wrote the fact sheet provided by the developer, which you can read below.

Deadpool will be released sometime next year.

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SDCC ’12 | Watch the teaser for the Deadpool video game

This afternoon at the Marvel Games panel at Comic-Con International, Marvel officially announced a Deadpool video game from Activision and High Moon Studios, with whom they’re also developing a Hit-Monkey game. Well, actually, Deadpool took over the panel himself to make the announcement.

If you weren’t in San Diego to catch the official announcement in person, don’t worry: The Merc with a Mouth has released his own teaser video, which you can watch below. The game’s set for release sometime next year.

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