Video Game: Deadpool

"This is what awesome looks like." -Me

Deadpool is a 2013 action game developed by High Moon Studios, previously known for their Transformers games. The game stars Deadpool, seeking revenge on Mister Sinister after a botched contract gone wrong. The game was initially announced at the 2012 Comic-Con to great praise, and was released on June 25th, 2013 in America (June 27th in Europe). Nolan North once again voices the Merc with a Mouth.

The game opened to mixed reviews- many outlets praised Nolan North and the humor of the game, but the gameplay was less well received. Apparently shooting, stabbing and slashing isn't considered fun by some people. Heh, what do they know?

Due to licensing issues, Marvel messed up the licensing deal, both this game and Marvel vs. Capcom 3 were out of print for a time. However, this game was eventually put on Steam and will be coming to Xbox One and PS4 November 2015

This game provides examples of:

  • Absurdly Spacious Sewer: Right off the bat during the tutorial, lampshaded by Deadpool with the reasoning that killing stuff in shallow realistic sewers just isn't any fun.
  • Actually A Doom Bot: The first two times Deadpool kills Sinister, Cable tells him that those were clones (and he had a dozen in reserve for the end fight), but Cable confirms he got the real one at the end.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: Death in this game is shown as having skin, while she's usually (but not always) a skeletal figure in the comics.
  • And Now for Someone Completely Different: Thanks to a convenient face-sucking session with Rogue, she ends up stealing Deadpool's voices, katanas, mask AND starring role!
  • And This Is for...: High Moon knew about this little crowd-pleaser from Cable & Deadpool so he performs this on Wolverine.
  • Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: Not in that order, but to get Deadpool to go after Sinister when he's thinking about Samantha and her great tacos, Cable says that he doesn't stop Sinister's Evil Plan, he'll kill Samantha, destroy all her tacos, and everyone on Earth.
  • Art Shift: The game changes into an eight-bit parody early on, complete with noisy sprites.
  • Artistic License Gun Safety: I guess scratching my balls with a gun while I'm splayed on my easy chair have gotten some of the safety nuts riled up, but they don't understand! They're so big that I really need the extra reach! And besides, what do I care even if I shoot them off, I'll just grow another pair, a feat those worrisome wimps haven't managed to accomplish even once!
  • Ascended Meme: I have to throw you losers on the Internet a bone here and there, so I've got a few references that even you guys will get.
  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: When you geeks play as Rogue, she can't use my teleport or counter. In fact, that button makes her just use a horizontal slash.
    • Of course, our teleport isn't a power. It's proprietary tecnology Weasel made for us, remember?
  • Back from the Dead: Weird, I swear I shot Vertigo and killed Arclight but they inexplicably come back for the finale. Pfeh, I'll just shoot them again.
    • Probably more clones, Sinister always seems to have more those.
  • Bad Future: Cable says the future sucks, so we have to kill Sinister to fix it, or something like that. I wasn't really listening, because let's face it; Cable is always yapping on and on about "impending doom" this and "end of the world" that. Yeesh, lighten up, Summers!
  • BFG: Cable caries on that's almost as long as he is tall, and he won't let me use it saying it's too heavy. Some Giant Mooks also carry these, either in the form of chain guns or rocket launchers, the things are so heavy that they actually slow me down when I use them.
  • Big Bad: Mister Sinister, or should I say Captain Douche.
  • Blade Spam: When you losers finally unlock my second sai overdrive, you get to see how much fun "Stabbity Stabbity" is.
    • Also, I guess this is where I mention my similar attack with my sledgehammers. I would list this under "Hammer Spam," but clearly, I'm the only one awesome enough to use that.
  • Bond One-Liner: Tons o' them. Every stylish Merc with a Mouth needs to have a repertoire, y'know!
    Me: Aaaand CUT! Moving on!
    Myself: Two extra slices for just 9.99!
    I: Yeah-heh, you're gonna want to have a doctor take a look at that.
    Moi: I know I said "just the tip"... But come on!!
  • Book Dumb: My voices tried to help me figure out how much C4 to use to bust down a door...but y'know what? Fuck math!
  • Boring but Practical: This should be named the Vertigo, I tell ya.
  • Boss Rush / Wolfpack Boss: The final fight has me fight the Marauders at the same time.
  • Brick Joke: Seriously, roll credits.
  • But Thou Must: Verily, but without all that Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe. When I finally sneak up on Sinister, I let the player have a nice chat with the dialogue box - though if the gamer keeps it up, the box gets downright creepy, and the "have fun/don't have fun" option simply becomes "stab Sinister/stab Sinister." Finally, a win/win!
  • Cartoon Physics: I'm actually able to cross over a deep pit in one scene by using the dialogue captions as a bridge!
  • Casual Danger Dialogue: I like to banter with the mooks; it makes 'em feel appreciated.
  • Catchphrase: Y'know, despite us being all bromance & crap, Cable tends to say "DAMN IT WADE!" a lot.
  • Censor Box: It was unrealistically small for my big honking package. I fixed it, though.
  • Chekhov's Gun: Hey, remember my dog who took off with the Sentinel boot? He came back just in time to squash Mr. Sinister with it!
  • Character as Himself: What? I had as much to do with making this game as those guys at High Moon! It's only fair that I get my name all over the end credits.
  • C-List Fodder: Seriously, we couldn't get better bad guys than D-listers like Arclight and Vertigo?
  • Cloning Blues: Oh my god there were so many clones! That's it! Next time I get a game, they better write in actual mooks, nothing like Robots or more clones!
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Not me, I mean, sure I see things that aren't there but...
  • Cluster F-Bomb: What can I say? I use obscenity as well as I use blood - and considering how much I spread both around, in about the same way, too.
    • Also, the catchy song I had High Moon write for Cable's bio, "Who The Fuck Is Cable?"
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Wall jump surfaces have a nice green tint, so you can spend less time finding them and more time killing stuff.
  • The Comically Serious: Good ol' Cable, he never changes.
    • Except when he tried to bribe me with promises of a big-breasted fan girl who totally wants me. Or did I imagine that?
  • Comically Missing the Point: Look, the point is Sinister needs to pay for messing up my contract. All that other stuff about the future and the X-Men and Sinister doing something (dare I say it? OF COURSE) sinister? Whatever!
    • And seriously, you can't tell me that Sinister is in the security tower and not expect me to kick his ass.
    • When trying to blast into a safe room with C4, White Box suggests using 20 ounces of C4, and the Yellow Box expresses his hate for the metric system and wanting to use the American system. And no, I'm not going to point out to him that ounces are from the American system, but maybe I'll bring that I'm Canadian, maybe.
  • Contractual Genre Blindness: Despite being a Fourth Wall Observer, I assume that the game is over when I apparently kill Sinister without a fight. Eh, I should have known better, but hey, Rule of Funny.
  • Cool Gun: My pulse rifles.
    • Cable caries one, too, and won't let me try to use it!
  • Crazy-Prepared: I had a feeling High Moon was going to reject my awesome videogame idea. So I left a "present" for them in their HQ.
  • Death from Above: I fight one variety of mook that acts like Storm's evil brother, trying to drop lightning bolts and icicles down on my head.
    • I later get Cable to jury-rig the foot of a destroyed Sentinel to rocket about Genosha at random, dropping in on some henchmen too stupid to bother looking up.
    • Mr Shuggums must have been taking notes. He stepped on the real Sinister for me! Who's a good boy?
  • Distressed Damsel: I wouldn't be surprised if all the X-Babes needed saving. Wolverine too.
  • Double Jump: Hey, if almost every other superhero in a platformer can have one, why can't I? Up yours, physics!
  • Driven to Suicide: Seriously, does Cable realize how boring he is? Whenever he gives me his dire-warning-from-the-future crap, I just wanna blow my brains out!
  • Dropped a Bridge on Him: How Vertigo dies the first time, I just casually shoot her. Easily the most unceremonious death in the game.
    • But just to give the player the full experience in my game, they get to take a shot at Vertigo again thanks to the miracle of cloning. And I guess Sinister didn't make any improvements since that shot kills her, too.
  • Drop the Hammer: My stylish pair o' sledgehammers, perfect for getting those stubborn bloodstains off the carpet. Wait, no, got that backwards - perfect for getting those stubborn bloodstains on the carpet. Eat your heart out, Thor!
  • Dual Wielding: All of my weapons, period. Hey, what can I say, if you got two hands, might as well make use of them!
  • Effortless Achievement: Hey, the game loves its fans! So here's two achievements for merely starting the game and two more for finishing looking around the apartment before you even start the slashy stab kill stuff. You're welcome!
  • Excuse Plot: What? No, this is super serious stuff, man. Chimichangas and tacos are at stake! Plus, you get to see how awesome I am.
    • They're probably talking about that thing with Mr. Sinister, and satellites, and future stuff.
      • The only thing we care about is that Sinister killed the guy I was supposed to kill! That's obviously the most important part!
  • Exploding Barrels: Ah, yes, how convenient!
  • Flies Like Crazy: Maybe that's why Wolverine didn't want me to fly the Blackbird... Or maybe he's just a big doody-head who doesn't want me to have fun!
  • Fourth Wall Observer: How else did you think I wrote this.
  • Framing Device: Okay, so, get this: I'm starring in a game...about me making a which I make a game! It makes perfect sense, right? Right?!
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: If you're one of those, uh...
    • I think "observant" would be the word you're looking for.
      • Yeah. If you're one of those observant types and look close enough when I'm rewriting the script High Moon sent me, you'll see... It says exactly what me and my thought boxes are saying. How did you guys do this anyway? You got any telepaths working there? You got, don't you?
      • And if you're got amazing mutant hearing powers or a really nice pair of headphones you can make out what Cable is really saying while I'm on the verge of killing myself with boredom. Turns out he' god where did I put that gun!?
  • Game Over Man: I'm so awesome, I'm my own Game Over Man!
    Me: Ah, I was bored anyway.
    Me: Ouch? ...dipshit.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: Technically, my teleporter works a lot better than the silly little distance it lets you travel in my game. And it almost never needs a cooldown. But it just wouldn't be as much fun if you could teleport all over the place and win the game in about two seconds flat.
    • Okay, that would actually be totally awesome, but then you would miss me gutting all those clones!
    • Don't forget that that teleporter isn't the most reliable thing in the world. It keeps fizzling out every now and then, but here at least we don't have that risk.
      • So what? Two words for ya: healing factor.
  • Gatling Good: I get my hands on a sweet minigun when I hijack a helicopter. Gatling very good!
    • Some of the mooks I fight have them too. They shoot ice for some reason. But when I kill them, I can shoot ice too!
  • Generic Doomsday Villain: Mr. White, doesn't have a lot of personality and is mostly just around to serve as a target for me. Come to think of, pretty much all the villains in the game are, the Marauders don't even talk, Sinister barely gets enough screen time to display much personality, apart from being pissed off at me for foiling his plans.
    • But we're pissed off at him for foiling our plans, so that makes us even!
      • You bet.
  • Giant Mook: The BFG wielding mooks are these. Some of the Super Powered Mooks are pretty big to.
  • Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Get this: if you get too triggerhappy on a machine that produces Exploding Barrels in a game like this, it glitches itself and some random NPC dude out of existence, ends up in a platform hell, gains sentience and tries to kill me! Who knew? Seriously, if someone told me that was gonna happen...well, I probably would've done it anyway since that was a pretty cool level.
  • Good Bad Girl: Lady Deadpool (Rogue), When Rogue absorbs my healing factor. She also absorbs my slutty personality.
  • Gorn: I could give Mortal Kombat a run for its money with the over the top gore in my game.
  • Gratuitous Japanese: "Yatta" and "Ikouze" count as gratuitous, right?
  • Groin Attack: How I dismiss Mister Sinister in the finale.
  • Half the Man He Used to Be: Shit happens sometimes to me. Makes for a great party trick if I actually manage to land on some poor bastard's head.
  • Healing Factor: Part of my power set if you didn't know from my comics (and if you don't, get the hell off this page and read my fabulous TV Tropes entry. Or better yet, read the comics. I need the money dammit!) and good thing too, cause I get very, very mutilated in this game. Hell I even do it to myself when Cable doing his "The Future is Doomed" Blah Blah Blah.
    • And everybody that has this in comics has theirs ignored here, mainly Wolverine and Sinister.
  • Heh Heh, You Said X: Yellow Box does that a lot, even for me.
    Cute-but-easily-frightened-High-Moon-employee: H-hello, sir. I have a package...
    Me: So do I. Yoink! (slam the door in the poor girl's face)
    Yellow Box: Hee-hee! "Package"...
  • Helping Would Be Kill Stealing: The X-Chumps aren't gonna help me. This is my game!
  • Hey, Catch!: Since the cool futuristic pew-pew guns come with a fingerprint scanner by default, I might as well make use of it and challenge random unaware clones to an impromptu shootout: while they're trying and failing to find the trigger, I'll just turn their head into fine red mist with my other gun. And even if they'd manage to find the trigger in time, they still wouldn't be able to fire it! Win-win for me!
  • Highly Visible Ninja: And yet I still manage to get those stealth kills! 'Cause I'm awesome. Sinister may also consider getting a less crappy temp agency for his goons.
  • Hulk Speak: DEADPOOL SMASH! That's how he says it, right?
  • Imagine Spot: Why can't the player get more real hot girls in bikinis? Twice, even!
  • Immune to Drugs: Thanks to my Healing Factor, as everyone should know by now. But in case the player doesn't, I'll remind them after their peer pressure is forcing me to drink five magically respawning beers in less than a minute from my fridge.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Both me and Arclight. Too bad for her she doesn't have a healing factor, although she does have a nice pair of titties, almost didn't notice I was busy being penetrated by a huge rod thanks to them!
  • In Love with Your Carnage: Ya gotta admit, Rogue looked freakin' HOT while eviscerating all those goons.
  • Intimate Healing: I bravely, selflessly, heroically kiss Rogue so that she can absorb my healing factor!
  • Interface Screw: Let's see YOU try to walk where someone tells you to when your head is on backwards and you're missing an arm to twist it back! Probably not gonna happen 'cause you don't have my awesome healing factor. Also, what's up with that part where the player just sat there with a thumb up their ass with their fancy first person camera when I saw one of those transformers and ran to it? I can't have a game when the dude with the camera doesn't do his job properly! Show some goddamn initiative, man!
  • Inevitable Waterfall: Double subverted on this one! While I was at sailing down a river with Death, I thought there was one ahead! Thankfully, it was extremely short. But then, the other one that follows immediately after got me so deep the Player's camera lost me for a bit!
  • It Was a Dark and Stormy Night: It's how the "script" of my game starts, before I changed all that garbage.
  • Justified Tutorial: Well, justified for you, maybe. I know what I'm doing...but then again, this is a new medium for me, so I guess I should maybe pay attention. HA! No.
  • Jiggle Physics: Rogue, Domino, Death... Basically every girl I meet. Coincidence? I think not.
  • Jigsaw Puzzle Plot: Hey player, see if you can figure out what the script was about before I improved it! You've got Sinister, a satellite network hijack, mutant power cloning, and oh my god this is boring.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Well duh. They ain't as fast as my sais, or as strong as my hammers, but they're the best of both worlds. Or the average of both worlds, I guess.
  • Kill It with Fire: Seems like High Moon didn't think all those dismemberments and awesome acrobatics from yours truly were enough, so they decided that when I hit dudes hard enough, flames shoot out of my weapons and the ground temporarily turns into magma. Doesn't really make much sense, but I sure as hell ain't complaining!
  • Kill Steal: Seriously, what the hell, Sinister?!
  • Lampshade Hanging: Those imaginary girls sure were insightful. Not that I would know, considering I fell asleep while they were talking:
    Girl 1: "Oh my god, this conversation is like sooo cliche."
    Girl 2: "I know, right? It's almost like we were specifically written with female character tropes in mind. It's almost painful blah blah blah *incomprehensible muttering*.
    • Alongside that, I lampshade plenty of objects me and the voices in my head meet when we come across them in our travels.
      Me: Exploding barrels!
      Also Me: It's like they were placed there specifically for us to use. High Mooooooooon!
  • Lost Food Grievance: Cable was able to convince me to battle Mister Sinister by pointing out that Sinister's success also means the destruction of my favorite taco restaurant! I guess this also overlaps with Food as Bribe.
  • Lost Forever: Thanks to those those idiots running Marvel, no more copies of my FREAKIN' GAME are being made. I guess if you find a physical copy for sale, you're good to go, but if you want a digital copy? No dice! Unless you have it already. already have it, right? Right?!
  • Ludicrous Gibs: Enemies have a tendency of exploding into gore when they die (KA-BLOOEY!).
  • Mad Hatter: Life's a blast when you're not constrained by sanity or logic!
  • Male Gaze: With so many beautiful butts, It's hard not to look.
  • Man Child: Yellow Box acts a lot like this, compared to White Box.
    • Some people unfairly claim I am as well, but they're just big ugly stupid doo-doo heads!
  • Meaningful Name: Mr. Sinister, he's a bad guy.
  • Medal of Dishonor: The "You've been Cole-slaw-tered!" achievement requires you to royally suck at one of my game's simple-as-crap platforming sections, dying about 10 times...unless you get off to sick...SICK BASTARD.
  • Megaton Punch: When I mistake Cable for a girl in bikini and do a grab motion, he reacts by slugging me. I probably deserved that.
  • More Dakka: And this can be upgraded to make me more badass, which shouldn't be possible.
  • Most Common Superpower: You better believe it! All the lovely ladies have assets (hehe, I said ass) that would make Kim Kardashian and Pamela Anderson weep in bitter jealousy. Add in skin-tight outfits and Jiggle Physics lovingly rendered in hi-def makes Deadpool a happy man.
  • Mythology Gag: I once again do a shoryuken, only this time it's not directed at an X-Man.
  • Nobody Poops: Well, nobody poops except for me. Probably shouldn't have eaten all those burritos. Taking a whiz on the other hand...
  • No Fourth Wall: Par for the course for me, amirite?
  • Not So Above It All: Even White Box can't resist some of the awesomeness.
  • Odd Friendship: With Cable, they say. But I got history with Priscilla, so it just wouldn't have been right for him not to be in my game. Best buds fo'eva!
  • Only Sane Man: White Box... well, sorta, anyway. At least compared to Yellow Box.
    • Also Cable.
  • OOC Is Serious Business: While I mostly make jokes of everything, even Sinister's Evil Plan, the massacre of the mutants on Genosha by the Sentinels is something that even I won't joke about.
  • Optional Stealth: On one hand, you don't get to see my awesome acrobatics when you sneak up on goons with their backs turned. On the other, their reaction when I get an instant kill on them is HILARIOUS. Decisions, decisions...
    • The part in Sinister's throne room, though? Obligatory stealth. I know I'm trigger-happy, but you don't want me to get a Non Standard Game Over, do ya?
  • Overly Long Gag: Hey, it's not my fault if the player keeps leaving me hanging at critical moments, like whether I should get myself out of an awkward situation. Like hanging up the phone. Or when they force me to slap my best buddy Wolvie silly instead! Quite frankly, you have no one to blame but yourself. And High Moon. And Daniel Way. And the achievement system for encouraging this kind of behavior.
    • Ah, who am I kidding. I would do it anyway!
  • Precision F-Strike: "Well, fuck you, Nolan."
  • Psychotic Manchild: The Yellow Box, the thing makes even me seem like a normal person.
  • Quirky Mini Boss Squad: The Marauders! They could get better villains!
  • Railroading: Attempted by White Box. He really wishes me and Yellow Box would stop fucking around and actually pay attention to the story.
  • Rage Against the Author: If High Moon can't make my game the way I want, you bet your ass I'm going to call them out on it!
    I blame YOU, Daniel Way!
  • Rebus Bubble: Used when Cable tells me to stay away from the security tower, because Mister Sinister was in it. Of course I go after him anyways. Hey, the guy basically stole my contract!
  • Real Is Brown: It is not! Oh, you mean the coloring. Yeah the doesn't a lot of color outside of some the characters costumes do its areas, in order, consist of; a skyscraper, a sewer (a very brown one), most of it in a ruined city on Genosha, with some buildings with grey interiors, and briefly going into a cave. So get used to grey, cause there isn't a lot else.
  • Role Reprisal: Now come on. If any other cheapskate voiced me, I wouldn't sound as cool as Nolan North.
    • Not even John Kassir?
      • Uh... Well, except maybe him, but...
    • Will Friedle?
      • That too, I guess, but...
    • Ryan Reynolds?
      • Ehhh... Well. Moving on. Unsurprisingly, Wolvie's once again voiced by Steve Blum. Seriously, does that man ever sleep? He's done like, what? A bajillon gruff voices already?
      • And on a slightly surprising note, Gwendoline Yeo's back as Domino.
  • Rule of Cool: Hey, Troper! Why is this not named Rule Of Deadpool?
  • Rule of Funny: Same here. Wait, would that cause some kind of cool-funny Internet singularity problem? Awesome!
  • Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: Designers really need to understand that buttons and stuff should make "beep" and "boop" sounds when you press them. Until they do, I guess I'll fill in for them. But they'd better appreciate it!
  • Sexposition: This one time, Summers was going on about his dire-warning-from-the-future crap and it was so boring that I had to shot myself to shut him up. However, he left a note (in my chest) saying he wanted me to the north of Genosha. I didn't want to until the note mentioned that there's also a big-breasted woman who claims to be my biggest fan! There wasn't... I was actually groping Cable.
  • Script Breaking: That explosive barrel machine was really fun! That cow wasn't paying enough attention to how awesome I am, and neither was the machine, actually.
  • Shmuck Bait: There's a button you can push early on to watch me use the bathroom. If you press it, I'll sit down and use the bathroom while you watch. Freak!
  • Shout-Out:
    • I do a Shoryuken in the first act.
    • In the sewer, there's a pizza with a sai stuck in it.
    • I like to do shout outs. I do a lot of shout outs. I just wouldn't be me if I didn't reference mediums that I shouldn't technically be aware of!
    • Hell, I even make a passing reference to South Park when I interact with my dog! C'mon boy! Red rocket! Red rocket!
    • When Cable finishes work on the Sentinel foot, I scream Roll Out!
      White Box: Uhh, wrong franchise, buddy.
    • While Cable was yacking on about something about tacos, I pictured him as a talking taco. Mmm...
    • That big empty chest and the image of my dog that appears when I jump out of it reminds me of that little boy who cries a lot. No I don't mean me!
    • Bayonetta's Breakdance move looks just like my Old School momentum attack. I taught her everything she knows, of course.
    • "What'chu talkin' 'bout, Summers?"
  • Showing Off the New Body: When Rogue absorbs my healing factor, she also absorbs the voices in my head. She then feels compelled to "check the girls out," for reasons totally other than to appeal to all the lonely gamers out there.
  • Shows Damage: If you let me get shot enough, my suit gets torn apart by the minute, showing off bits of my sexy body here and there. It gets to the point where you can see me like this.
  • Sigil Spam: If you had a logo this awesome, you'd make sure to put it everywhere, too.
  • Snot Bubble: When I fall asleep. Weird that hardly anyone else in Western games bothers does it, serves as a handy reminder!
  • Squishy Wizard: Fits with her lame skill set for Vertigo to go down from one gunshot.
  • Stealth-Based Mission: Ordinarily, I wouldn't pass up the chance to have bullet-y fun for everyone. But I reeeeeally wanted revenge on that prick Sinister, so I made sure to take out all his guards silently. Sure as hell not gonna bother doing it again if I need to watch the player fall in love with a text prompt again, though.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: I wouldn't want to restrict myself to just stabbing, shooting, lasering, slashing, smashing, and stabbing. I mean, that'd just get dull. So I have a few grenades and land mines. You know, for giggles.
    • Also, at various plot-critical moments, I reach into my handy stock of C4 to make the kind of explosions that break the budget. Literally.
  • Suicide as Comedy: Dammit Cable, with your long rambling boring speeches! Good thing I can heal.
  • Super Powered Mooks: Sinister's army of clones has about a half-dozen different kinds of these, but most of the game is spent fighting his powerless ones. Doesn't seem like he's really got it down pat though, I'm pretty sure Gambit knows more than 2 words and I don't think his powers consist of "do your best zombie impression and then blow yourself up". Would be a lot funnier if that's all he could do, though.
  • Take Our Word for It: That guy I was supposed to kidnap WAS a bad guy. If what you're told about him ain't enough, there's the fact that he's helping Sinister.
  • Take That, Audience!: I told the comic nerds who complained that Rogue cannot currently fly in the comics but can in the game to stop whining about it, move out of their parents' basement and then get laid. Hey, I got their money already, what are they going to do about it, trade the game in?
  • Talking To Myself: I don't talk to myself! Hey, do I talk to myself?
    • Yes, you do. We are technically voices in our head.
    • Omigawd, am I on TVTropes?! HI GUYS! LET'S GO FOR TACOS LATER!
    • Oh, BTW, if you're awesome enough to get to the end and check the credits, you'll see that the same actressnote  voiced both Rogue and Psylocke.
  • Tempting Fate: Mr. White says that his safe room is "Deadpool proof". Too bad it wasn't bomb proof.
    Me: How's that for impenetrable, asshole?
  • Thanking the Viewer: Eh, you guys do deserve some credit for my victory.
  • The Guards Must Be Crazy: Even by my standard.
    Mook 1: Alright the cart is ready, pull that lever to open the gate!
    Mook 2: Ok! I'm pulling this lever, RIGHT HERE, to open the gate!
    Mook 1: Which lever? (camera pans to Mook 2)
    Mook 2: (gestures to lever) THIS lever!
    Mook 1: (camera pans to gate as it opens) That's fine work with that lever, son!
    Mook 2: Yes. The gate is now open because I pulled this lever!
    Me:: Dude! We get it High Moon. Thanks.
    • Well, you gotta admit, that was less pointing out the obvious, and more setting up a pretty hilarious joke later.
  • The Three Trials: My lovely lady-friend Death needs a few mutant souls set free, so I pick up one pretty colored bottle at a time and head through some portals to get 'em back. We got a pit with a bunch of assholes raining down on me, a few pop quizzes from 'Deadpoolio the Amazing', and a fairground shooting gallery...with the ultimate test of endurance.
  • The Unreveal: When the X-Men, and later Cable, try to talk about Sinister's plan, I don't pay attention because exposition is boring.
  • Toilet Humor: Well, there are toilets, and I'm practically made of humor, so it's to be expected. Besides, it's a natural thing, there's nothing to be ashamed of... well, except for that guy. Wears his socks down his underpants, if you know what I'm saying.
  • Unexpected Character: The freaking Marauders are in this game! I even lampshade it. They seriously couldn't get better villains?
  • Unexpected Gameplay Change: Come on! You should have seen the sidescrolling platformer bit coming when you saw the green pipe I was about to go down.
    • High Moon does this a lot in my game, actually. Something about how the pipe-surfing and turret sections break up the brawler gameplay so it doesn't get repetitive. Whatever.
  • Unreliable Narrator: Y'know that part about me finding my totally real No. 1 fangirl? When I get to grope "her," I end up groping Cable.
    • I told you not to fall for that again. But did you listen?
  • Villainous Breakdown: Sinister has a big one when I show at his door step and slaughter the army of clones he sends at me.
  • Vomit Indiscretion Shot: Goddammit, if I'm gonna puke all this shit up, you're gonna watch.
    • And fuck you, Vertigo!
  • Wall Jump: Naturally, with my cat-like agility.
  • What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: Vertigo officially has the worst power! Ooh, she can make people dizzy!
  • Who Writes This Crap?!: Script? What script? I don't need no stinkin' script. Here, let me write one for me.
  • With Catlike Tread: Look, if you want to perform a stealth kill with unsilenced handguns, shotguns, uzis or plasma rifles, don't come crying to me when everyone in the room hears about it! I'm just making use of the opportunity to be awesome when I pump enough clips into them to simultaneously dismember and juggle them in midair.
  • Wolf Pack Boss: In the final battle, Sinister throws waves of clones of himself at me, and they hit like wimps!
  • You Have Out Lived Your Usefulness: Sinister says this the crimelord dude after he's finished, whatever the hell his role in Sinister's plan is, before killing him.
  • You're Insane!: Mr. White accuses me of this when I confront him. Not like I haven't heard that one before.
    My response: Not as insane as you think!
  • You Suck: Yeah, I will tell you this if you're such a noob at controlling me.
    Me: Havin' a little fun, huh? Know what else is fun? Pointing out how much you SUCK!
  • Zerg Rush: Sinister sends a DAMN big one at me that includes every type of enemy in the game. Pretty much the only part of the game people say is any real challenge.
  • Zipperiffic: Look at Wolverine's outfit. Seriously, what's with all those zippers? Did the X-Men call up Michael Jackson's stylist to design their new suits or what?
    • Maybe they're pitching Wolvie for the next Kingdom Hearts game? Y'know, since Disney owns Marvel and all?