Just a little while ago I could navigate to the page and get the store age check and all, but once you get past the age check you're dumped back to the main store page.
Also I found this: Gametrailers.com
Update: It looks like Deadpool also disappeared from the Xbox Games Store and PlayStation Network as discovered by the NeoGAF forums. Luckily Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 owners can grab physical copies of the game if they want to obtain it.
Glad I found this topic. Deadpool looks like its worth trying at least once so I'll get that gamefly deal instead.
Played just the first 70 minutes or so with a ton of dying (Playing on hardest unlocked difficulty). Game is pretty damn hilarious but is definitely AA quality. Its pretty janky and could use a solid 6 months of polishing but its functional so far. Jokes are all over the place and had me rolling a couple times. In one instance in the very beginning you get to blow up your blow up doll and one of the jokes was something along the lines of, "remember that time you bit her on the lip and then she farted and flew out the window?"...
I wasn't sure quite what to expect when I bought besides some crude humor but so far its delivered. I can tell you that on hard, the beginning is extremely unforgiving when it comes to enemies with firearms. You can be torn apart in 2 seconds flat in some instances. Luckily the respawns are quick and the checkpoints have been fair so far. Mechanically it works a lot like a faster paced batman arkham game but much less fluid or fleshed out. It allows you to shoot with your guns but they have ammo so you can't just spam them. Any game that actually makes me laugh out loud deserves 7.50 in my eyes.
Activision probably made a corporate call that Deadpool was not bringing in enough profits to warrant continuing to pay for the license so they did not renew the license and therefore cannot sell the games. The same thing happened with Marvel vs Capcom 3 on consoles. This is Disney being s*** heads, it has nothing to do with Activision.
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