High Moon Studios

We may never get the Deadpool movie we deserve, but it looks like we might get the video game. Activision along with the creative team at High Moon Studios (the developers behind last year’s Transformers: War for Cybertron and the currently developing sequel) released the trailer for the game at SDCC 2012 yesterday.

Before you skip all this text nonsense and just go click the video, be warned that the video skirts the edge of NSFW. This NerdBastard wouldn’t want it any other way, Deadpool should be the guilty pleasure that normal people just don’t understand and your mom shakes her head at.

Nolan North will voice the character and the “Fourth wall” will not just be broken, it will be shattered. Is this actual game play footage or just cinematic? This NerdBastard isn’t sure, but you can check out the Deadpool game website and make your own call.

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Nerds everywhere can rejoice — the following Autobot-on-Decepticon violence has nothing to do with Michael Bay.

A direct sequel to 2010’s warmly welcomed War of Cybertron, Transformers: Fall of Cybertron is the transformers game people have been waiting for.

Obviously with “fall” is in the title you know no good is in store for our Autobot friends. However, it’s disco fever for the Dinobots.

Exclusively from Kotaku, the following gameplay footage shows off the games melee style combat with Grimlock, leader of the Dinobots. Featuring commentary by creative director Matt Tieger, you can experience all the joy for yourself in the player below:

Getting to beat the motor oil out of insecticons with one of the 80’s most hardcore transformers is w00t worthy. Seriously, I don’t care how good the rest of the game is. Being able to play the game as Grimlock is reason enough to buy.

Fall of Cybertron takes fans through the final, darkest hours of the civil war between the Autobots and the Decepticons as they fight for control of their dying planet, ultimately leading to their storied exodus from home.

Transformers: Fall of Cybertron, an Activision and High Moon Studios video game, will be released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 August 28th.

Source: Coming soon