Em here! I picked up the new Deadpool game today, thought I would give you guys a tid-bits while I am at the halfway point.
As of now, If you know Deadpool you can expect lots of sweet weapons, dirty jokes, funny phrases, silly actions, and "fourth-wall" breaking. So to put it simply, if you like Deadpool (and how could you not?), you'll probably dig this game. To be honest even if you're not much of a gamer/comic reader, you'll still find it entertaining.
Starting with the good stuff, there are a fair amount of cool weapons and upgrades that don't take too long to afford(in Deadpool points that is). You're literally battling enemies 90% of the time so this keeps things from getting too old too fast. From the upgrade menu you can choose from a few guns and there are also a variety of melee weapons and gadgets to use as well.Besides that, Deadpool's regenerative healing is nice, if you just step away from the action for a bit, he will gain his health back pretty quickly as well as his suit; this saves some stress trying to find some health. Also teleporting to avoid enemies and travel short distances comes in handy too, it's pretty similar to "Blinking" in Bethesda's Dishonored. Anyway, I think the cut scenes are my favorite part thus far, there was also a super cool 8 bit portion too that I was pretty fond of.
On the flip side, there really isn't any sort of story line to this game. It's pretty much all non-strategic killing and I guess we all assumed it would be. This is totally fine though, I didn't expect this game to be super deep and intricate, but with the minimal story line, and small range of enemy types you may get a little weary of repetitiveness. All in all, I think it's the funny jokes and random actions that make this game worth while in itself, but the replay value is pretty low. If you're a huge Deadpool fan I'd say go ahead and drop the $60 bucks for it, if you're not, you may be better off just borrowing it from a friend or playing it used.