Deadpool Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** A third-person action beat ’em up, based on the character from Marvel Comics. The Platinum is of average difficulty, and average time-consumption.
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Deadpool is a third-person action beat ‘em up game, based on the Deadpool character from Marvel Comics. Much like the character in the comics, Deadpool often breaks the fourth wall by verbally interacting with the player. Players battle enemies with guns and swords, though a range of alternative weapons also become available. The character has the ability to upgrade, allowing for new fighting combos.
Deadpool is on a mission to create the most awesome game ever, with himself as the lead character. To succeed, he must face corrupt media moguls, team up with fellow X-Men characters, and battle enemies from the Marvel Comics, in order to see the completion of his game.
Deadpool received mixed reviews with an average score of 72%, praised for its humor, creative means of breaking the fourth wall, and overall fun, while criticized for repetitive fight scenes.
The trophies are fairly straight forward. At least one playthrough on the game’s hardest difficulty is required, although this is much easier to do if first played on an easier level, as all upgrades will carry over into the Ultra-Violence mode. There is a chapter select, so no missable trophies to worry about. There are no collectibles to find, and no online trophies. Overall, a very average game in terms of difficulty.
Expect between 18-25 hour for the Platinum, depending on how many playthroughs you do.
NOTE: The trophies on the PS4 have a different list than those on the PS3. Also, the Ultra-Violence mode is available from the start on the PS4, yet the PS3 version will require a playthrough on an easier mode to unlock it.
If you are playing Deadpool on the PS4, then the hardest game mode, Ultra-Violence, will be available from the start. However, the PS3 version will require a playthrough on an easier mode in order to unlock Ultra-Violence.
If you are playing on the PS4, and you are in a rush for that Platinum, then you can go ahead and start your playthrough there. However, take note that after your initial playthrough, all your upgrades will carry over, making the playthrough on Ultra-Violence much easier. So, it’s up to you if you want an easier but longer road to the Platinum, or quicker but more challenging.
Either way, there are no collectibles to find, and no missable trophies. So if you just want to play through and have fun, then by all means. If you wish to unlock some or all of the miscellaneous trophies along the way, then be sure to check out the Deadpool trophy guide links under our Links tab for more details.
After you’ve eventually completed your Ultra-Violence playthrough and unlocked the Know DP? Know Madness trophy, it’s time to use the chapter select and mop-up any outstanding trophies related to the campaign. Again, check out the Deadpool trophy guide links under our Links tab to see what you still need, and their requirements.
Lastly, there are the Challenges to complete, to which there are three trophies to earn. To unlock all three trophies, including the Gold Rush trophy, you will need to get Gold Medals on 5 challenges, as well as a few other miscellaneous objectives. These challenges involve surviving waves of enemies while obtaining as many points as possible. After having played the game on Ultra-Violence and gotten all the other trophies, these challenges shouldn’t pose much of a problem.
A text-based Walkthrough by Bkstunt_31:
And a Walkthrough on IGN:
Here's a great Trophy Guide by quopi:
And an Achievement Guide (same as the trophies on PS4 & PS3) by Sting7785:
A video demonstration of the In The Lobby Comboin Your Dudes trophy, by TheGrimHimself:
And a video demonstration of the 49 In 5 trophy, by deathmule:
And a video demonstration of the Remarkably Quiet trophy, by TheGrimHimself:
And a video demonstration of the Diggin In The Crates trophy, by Maka91Productions:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: