Deadpool: The Game Summary
This week could be your last chance to buy a copy of Deadpool. The movie is doing just fine, but the video game will soon disappear from online marketplaces and retail stores.
Probably due to the fact that footage from the upcoming movie is leaking all over the place, High Moon Studios'is now available again on Steam. It disappeared in January last year, several other Marvel titles from publisher Activision.
Activision never revealed why Deadpool, Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and the terrible X-Men: Destiny were pulled, but big companies like Marvel are constantly embroiled in issues over copyright and licensing.
Naughty Dog's The Last of Us remains first among the UK all format chart, despite sales being 35% down. Debuting 2nd was Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition from 4J Studios and Microsoft.
The Sims 3: Island Paradise entered 5th, with High Moon's Deadpool 6th. Relic Entertainment's Company of Heroes 2 busted the Eastern Front in retailing 10th.
Deadpool: The Game was a day one digital purchase on the North American PlayStation Network for the PlayStation 3, but Sony accidentally listed the game at $59.99 instead of $49.99.
Today is chock full of PSone goodness as Sony kicks off a sale for an avalanche of classic PlayStation titles like Destruction Derby, Rayman, Crash Bandicoot, Spyro, Silent Hill, Tomb Raider, WipEout...
There are loads, basically. Also now available for PS3 through the PS Store is Hotline Miami, Activision's Deadpool (soon) and Gearbox's Tiny Tina’s Assault On Dragon Keep for Borderlands 2.