Below you'll find a video showing off Deadpool's opening mission and tutorial gameplay.
Developed by Transformers: Fall of Cybertron maker High Moon Studios, which suffered a round of layoffs in April following the superhero game's completion, Deadpool's published by Activision in the States today and in Europe later this week.
Deadpool marks the first time Marvel's merc with a mouth has starred in his own game, and he's quite excited about that. Tamoor was too, but he came away largely unimpressed after playing it for review.
He said in CVG's Deadpool review: "Deadpool is a third-person character action game of the same ilk as DmC: Devil May Cry, Bayonetta or Metal Gear Rising, though inviting comparisons to these are, frankly, unfair... The best that can be said about Deadpool's combat and platforming gameplay is that it functions."
Tamoor concluded: "Cheap laughs and the occasional thrill isn't enough to redeem the half-assed gameplay."
If you're still keen to see more of the game, check out our Deadpool livestream from 6pm BST / 1pm ET tonight.