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I've been playing this game and I really love it. In fact, to my own surprise, I've been becoming more and more of a Deadpool fan myself. now I see how he got so popular. Well, not as popular as the more famous Marvel heroes (and maybe even villains), but he is definetely getting more popular (well, you know what I mean). Anyways, I don't suppose they'll make a sequel, or is that unlikely? Cause I would like to see them make an even better Deadpool game in the future.
I doubt it. Game probably wont sale enough copies. Its a shame it really was a good game. A sequel that is more polished would be great.
a polished sequel would be great heck an even more polished 1st game with dead would be great like i said in a diffent topick i like this game but i just felt that the 50 dollars price tag at lanch wasn't worth it for this game if you asked me it should have been 30 or 40 dollars but not 50 for what is in the game
I definitely don't mind a sequel. As long as they improve the heck out of it. It doesn't even need to be a triple A production. It just needs a better plot, keep Daniel Way the hell away from it, make the controls less sloppy, and even if short, put a hell of variety into your game. Actually have decent and unique boss battles, instead of just being grunts with more health. Put a lot more care into the world and actually put in characters that aren't just from X-Men comics.
And honestly, if I could choose, I'd give Beenox the job to work on a sequel. Under Activision, these game will always be rushed. But I trust Beenox to do a better job than High Moon.
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, was a great game IMO. But Edge of Time was your typical Activision rush job, though the production value was still pretty good I thought. Decent story, great presentation, and similar attention to detail as their last game.
I think if Beenox would have the same time to work on a Deadpool game, as they had with Shattered Dimensions, they could deliver a quality product.