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Better reviews don't seem to be helping 50 Cent's newest video game.
That is, if you live in New York City. And if you do, lucky you.
With his new game hitting store shelves today, Kotaku caught up with rapper 50 Cent to chat about Blood on the Sand's silly premise, music sales, and his future plans in the game industry.
So I was watching this new trailer for 50 Cent Blood on the Sand and suddenly realized that the entire game is about one rapper's fight for his gone-missing, jewel-encrusted skull.
While stuck in the Middle East on a murderous rampage in pursuit of his crystal skull, 50 Cent will meet countless locals. And, once met, he shall regale them with pleasantries and compliments.
We know. You're sitting there, all smug, thinking the extent of 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand's story amounts to "WHEH MAH SKULL?". Well, you're wrong. There's a rich tapestry at play here.
Isn't he supposed to be Bulletproof? A fresh new video and screens from THQ's 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand show off the game's cover system, which involves Fiddy shouting expletives between firing weapons.
G-Unit's Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo, like group mate 50 Cent, aren't your traditional celebrity turned video game character. They actually play the games they're in. And they know who Sephiroth is.
Hey, you. You any good at Gears of War? Or Uncharted? Fancy a shot at embarrassing a millionaire rap superstar? 50 Cent just gave you your shot.