It's probably hard to imagine how busy a guy like 50 Cent is. So, it's understandable that he might've missed out on the way that Minecraft has become a phenomenon. But Mr. Jackson thinks that Mojang's super-successful game "looks like they didn't finish it." No, 50, it's finished. That is a completed game that you…
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Rapper 50 Cent will be strapping on the bulletproof vest once again in a video game—but not one of his own. Instead, he'll be making a cameo in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Former "rapper" now "multimedia personality" Curtis James Jackson III has already been the star of two video games. But he wants to be involved in more! Just, not ones where he's the star.
Not that we're moving into either full-time coverage of 50 Cent or of rap beef, but this was too good to pass up.
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.
In this new video interview, 50 Cent talks about how involved he was in the making of his upcoming shooter, Blood in the Sand.
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.
No, 50 Cent: Blood On The Sand isn't dead, dead, dead. It's alive! The game, orphaned by Activision Blizzard, has indeed been picked up by publisher THQ, according to a rating by Australia's Office of Film and Literature Classification board. That's the part we did get right when we reexamined 50's fate. Honestly,…
Remember 50 Cent II, the sequel to discography-cum-video game 50-Cent: Bulletproof? The game that Sierra named 50-Cent: Blood on the Sand? The one that has a love-interest, slick graphics and tons of blood? Yeah, it's dead. Caught in the unflinching cogs of big video game business, mergers, and close downs, we hear.…