Deadpool trailer: the best video you’ll watch this week

Check out Deadpool’s new game trailer

March 7, 2013
Deadpool video

High Moon Studios, alongside Marvel, want people to know about their upcoming video game adaptation for the Deadpool comic series, and the quick-talking merc himself has come out in typical fourth-wall breaking fashion to deliver his very own trailer.

The tongue-in-cheek anti-hero has made a number of cameos in other games, but it’s now his time to step into the limelight with his over-the-top violence and snappy one-liners.

Besides the fact that Nolan North (Uncharted, Spec Ops: The Line) will voice Deadpool – as he did in a number of animated iterations – Deadpool comic author Daniel Way is on-board as the writer.

The trailer features lots of gore, jokes and Deadpool making his own sound effects.

The game is slated for release in 2013, although no specific dates have been revealed.

Check out the video below:

More Deadpool news:

Deadpool comic author to write the game

Deadpool re-announces his own game

Deadpool video game revealed at Comic Con

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