A couple of days ago, it seemed like the Deadpool video game was confirmed for Wii U. During a Q&A session at Comic-Con, a fan asked if she or he can play Deadpool and a panelist replied by saying, “You will be able to play on the Wii U.” The panelist was referring to the Wii U version of Marvel Avengers: Battle for Earth, in which you can play as the character Deadpool in the game. However, Deadpool may come to Wii U because no platforms have been officially announced.

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    • Hi Aeolus. Well, I would say that it seems pretty safe for this to land on Wii U as this seems to be a obvious try to repair a leak.

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      • Thats what it looks like to me. Nintendo has some Blue bombshells under their sleeves and their holding them onto them tight. Someone just slip up and is trying to fix it, no way was he referring to Avengers…nice try though…

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  1. Eh, they’ll announce it later. Activision apparently has not confirmed this for any platform, let alone Wii U. But if they’re bringing Marvel Avengers to Wii U, I highly doubt they won’t bring over Deadpool as well.

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        • I was talking about how Activision brings all their games to all the consoles. Really. Stop bringing irrelevant things to the discussion.

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        • Yeah, NSMB seems to be their new money cow. Not that it harms me though as I’m actually pretty fond of those games. Even though they can never top Super Mario World they’re still pretty good games.

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          • Yeah, but Mario it’s not fucking relevant to this discussion! I agree, NSMB gets milked to hell, but it’s not relevany. now!

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            • Yes, yes it is relevant. The fact that you acknowledged the commonality between Activision and Nintendo means it is relevant. Companies milk franchises (ahem COD, Rock Band, GH etc) and they’re all relevant when discussing the issue of unoriginality and greed in the games industry. To blindly assault activision and then ignore Nintendo’s shortcomings as irrelevant is completely ignorant. No Nintendo doesn’t send its games to other platforms because that would make 0 sense. But the NSMB series, Mario Party series etc are being beaten to death without adding anything new or interesting. But when NSMB2 was announced I’m sure that you didn’t say “oh Nintendo is milking this cow”. And frankly, whether we like it or not, it’s a business world and it’s about money. Pumping out ports and cookie cutter sequels is how these companies are making their money.

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  2. You got one thing wrong: The person asking the question wasn’t asking if they could play Deadpool, they were asking if they could play Avengers on Kinect (“that Kinect game”) since they are in a wheelchair. His question wasn’t answered, unfortunately.

    As for the core of this story, I’m certainly of ths opinion that this game will end up on Wii U anyway.

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  3. Aeolujs, why the hell I should feel butthurt whe nI am not even a fanboy. Because a fanboy owns 2 consoles ( Wii, 360) plus PC.

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  4. Well if they can pull off a good Deadpool game. Then I want to see a Maximum Carnage game a dark Spiderman none of this bs from the past. Plus you would be able to play with Spidey,Venom and others. Or a real x-men game

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  5. It’s funny how everyone flipped out on Sickr for putting the question mark yet it wasn’t confirmed. You always need the benefit of the doubt or else you get to eat their words lol.

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  6. This article was posted in July of 2012!?!?!?! Holy poop chute! That is a long time ago. We’ve only JUST has more information come up on the Deadpool game on May 19, 2013! Almost a year later. 💋

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