Deadpool Video Games List

Deadpool Video Games
Everybody's favorite Merc with a mouth

What are all the games Deadpool has been in?

Since Deadpool’s first introduction in 1991, he’s touched many of our sick and twisted hearts. He was quickly established as the comic relief that the Marvel Universe needed, with his inappropriate jokes and tendency to break the fourth wall. This caused him to be given his own comic series in 1997 and make appearances in other series as well as featured in movies and video games. When you’re looking for some twisted humor to escape reality, come find Deadpool. This is a list of all Deadpool video games that have ever been released.

1. X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (2005) (GameCube, Microsoft Windows, N-Gage, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and Xbox)

X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse Gameplay

A follow up to 2004's X-Men Legends, it is set after the events of X-Men Legends and features additional mutant powers. The X-Men must now form an uneasy alliance with their enemy Magneto in order to defeat a common enemy, Apocalypse, the first and most powerful mutant in existence. The much larger cast now includes Deadpool, making for an interesting problem later in the game, when you face off against a villainous version of Deadpool. The only thing better than Deadpool is… more Deadpool!

2. Marvel Ultimate Alliance (2006) (PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox and Xbox 360)  

Marvel Ultimate Alliance Gameplay

Featuring over 140 characters from the marvel universe, band together to uncover the mystery behind Doctor Doom's blatant attack on S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters. And his time Deadpool gets his own unlockable mission where he must survive Arcade‘s Murderworld. Fight in midair, underwater, on the ground, and even the depths of space by the end of the game. Discover one of the alternate endings when you complete Deadpool's mission. Or just… watch the mission above.

3. Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 (2009) (Nintendo DS, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows)

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 Gameplay

Deadpool returns in Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2, and this time it’s with a bang. He got a major weapons upgrade and now includes the include use of his katanas, teleporter, guns, and grenades. You also have the ability to level up and earn new abilities and powers. He’s definitely a merc with a mouth in the end game credits where he argues with the writers that he isn’t the star of the game. Can’t say I don’t agree.

4. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Nintendo DS, Microsoft Windows, Windows Mobile)

X-Men Origins: Wolverine Gameplay

Deadpool is features in this game not as a playable character, but as a final boss in the game starring Wolverine. And this time he’s a merc without a mouth. Yup, now you’ll be fighting Weapon XI, and since he has no mouth to insult you with, it’s hardly Deadpool at all. Chopping off his head is worth it though.

5. Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions (2010) (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS)

Spider-Man Shattered Dimensions Gameplay

Once again a villain, Deadpool appears along with some… fanboys? Deadpool invites Ultimate Spider-Man to compete on a game show to compete for his life. Make it through challenges and fanboys to fight Deadpool himself. He’ll then split himself into three Deadpool’s, each on representing his different fighting styles: hand-to-hand, guns, and swords. In this game, the only thing better than 1 Deadpool is 3!

6. Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011) (PlayStation 3, Xbox 360)

Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Gameplay  

It’s hard to believe Deadpool wasn’t introduced to Marvel vs Capcom until the third installment of the series, oh well. Nonetheless, he’s here with his choice of fighting guns blazing and swords swinging. He’s relatively fast with both ranged and close quartered attacks. The attitude fits with his trigger-happy finger and pesky keep-away games.

7. Marvel Super Hero Squad Online (2011) (Microsoft Windows, Macintosh operating systems)

Marvel Super Hero Squad Online Gameplay

Who thought including Deadpool in a kid’s game was a good idea? This version of Deadpool is toned-down but still brings the funny and some fourth wall breaks. You can also play as regular X-force Deadpool or Pirate Deadpool. The famous Deadpool irony is still there despite his lack of dirty jokes.

8. Marvel Avengers Alliance (2012) (Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows)

Marvel Avengers Alliance Gameplay

Deadpool is the most talkative and possibly most social character in the Marvel Universe, making him awesome for this social game. Originally released on Facebook, this game is turn based to play with friends and online opponents. Deadpool regens health every turn and makes good use of his sharp pointy things. While not in action, Deadpool randomly uses his laptop to complain in the forums and hacking enemies.

9. Marvel Heroes (2013) (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, Macintosh operating systems)

Marvel Heroes Gameplay

Although you can’t start out with Deadpool, he’s able to unlock later in the game. You can also customize the character in one of many available costumes, including Pirate Deadpool, Lady Deadpool, and even Headpool, a bodiless zombie-head version of Deadpool from an alternate universe.

10. Deadpool (2013) (PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows)

Deadpool Gameplay

Ah the biggest deal on this list: After 22 years, Deadpool finally got his own game. With so many lesser appearances in other games, the world finally realized what it was missing! In this action beat 'em up game, Deadpool frequently breaks the fourth wall by verbally interacting with you based on your skill and progress. He’s clearly ready to kick some ass being armed with a whole plethora of weapons beyond his regular guns and swords including plasma guns and giant hammers. Get ready to deal some serious damage.

11. Lego Marvel Super Heroes (2013) (Android, iOS, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, OS X, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Lego Marvel Super Heroes Gameplay

Currently the best-selling Lego game of all time, the open-word Lego game contains over 180 Marvel characters, so obviously Deadpool would make an appearance. Unfortunately, he doesn’t have a starring role, but he does narrate several side missions. With Deadpool's snarky comments, they could not have picked a better narrator.

12. Marvel Puzzle Quest (2013) (Android, iOS, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3)

Marvel Puzzle Quest Gameplay

Even though there are a buncha other jerks in here, we’re here for the merc with a mouth. You can join him in a fight against both heroes and villains on a quest for chimichangas. He also has his very own daily quest, Deadpool’s Daily. Play daily for chances to win ISO-8 and delicious, delicious tacos.

13. Marvel: Contest of Champions (2014) (Android, iOS)

Marvel: Contest of Champions Gameplay

Deadpool finally returns to the genre he belongs in: fighting. This time around he really gets a chance to shine in mobile style. He even got his own Deadpoolooza with a series of quests and in game rewards. And he’s got skills suckas.

14. Marvel Pinball (2014) (Xbox 360 (XBLA), Xbox One (XBLA), PlayStation 3 (PSN), PlayStation 4 (PSN), PlayStation Vita (PSN), Android, Nintendo 3DS, iOS, Wii U, Microsoft Windows, macOS)

Marvel Pinball Gameplay

You know you’re a big shot when you have your own pinball table. Deadpool’s table features supporting characters including Blind Al, Weasel, Lil’ Deadpool, and of course the merc himself, who provides constant commentary on the pinball action. It’s a dynamic table that will switch at his whim, quick-time events, a ‘Blind Mode’ courtesy of Blind Al (thanks Al) in which only the ball, flippers and target lanes are visible.

15. Marvel: Future Fight (2015) (Android, iOS)

Marvel: Future Fight Gameplay

Deadpool wisecracks his way into this game too. With 181 characters, Deadpool’s got some ultimate skills. With the latest update, Deadpool can be acquired instantly when beginning a new quest. Pleased to beat you.

16. Marvel Strike Force (2018) (Android, iOS)

Marvel Strike Force Gameplay

Deadpool is a pretty vicious character and worth getting and maxing out. His passive attack is cool because he shakes off debuffs and heals for each one, his basic attack is almost always also a bonus attack, and his special attack is important because not only is it powerful, but it ignores taunts. Talk about ouchies.

17. Marvel Powers United VR (2018) (Oculus VR)

Marvel Powers United VR Gameplay

Unleash your rage and smash foes in VR! Assemble you perfect squad, just make sure it includes Deadpool himself. Crack wise and crack skulls as Deadpool. With over-the-top abilities, defeat the masters of evil. Deadpool is perfectly catered to the VR experience. He uses a combination of guns, katanas, teleportation, and snarky quips to rip his enemies apart.  And, as if that wasn’t enough, you’ll also get a set of homing shuriken that deliver slice and dice action from a distance.

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