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Deadpool Does Whatever He Wants In New Trailer

Posted on Thursday, March 7 @ 11:00:00 Eastern by

I like Deadpool. I understand that his shtick is being "kind of a big deal" but honestly any game that gets Nolan North to not sound like himself is fine by me. Sure you can still tell that the venerable gaming voice actor is there, but at least he's got some range.

Another thing I like about Deadpool? He's not afraid to make up his own back-of-the-box quotes... or at least he's not afraid to ask his mom for one. Our friends at Super Hero Hype shared this trailer with us and noted that Daniel Way's abundance of experience writing Deadpool in comics should help Activision and High Moon Studios bring the character to life in the game.

So there's more to writing Deadpool than snappy one-liners? Deadpool (the game) will be out later this year for Xbox 360 and PS3.
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