Released late last month, Deadpool is a game that revels in its source material - filling itself to the brim with fourth-wall-breaking self-referential humour, for instance - but does a slightly lousier job with the video game stuff going on around those fun moments. It's an interesting mix, though, and although Dan half warned people off it in our review, in some respects it's worth a look. Perhaps to the extent that, dun dun dun, you might want to watch a live stream of it.

That's what we thought, anyway, so Ian's going to do one at 5pm BST today and you can watch it below, where it will also be archived when he finishes. Enjoy.

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