Excerpt: There have been numerous game concepts over the years that have left us scratching our heads, with none guiltier than the dismal 50 Cent: Bulletproof back in 2005. The game revolved around the rap superstar and his posse G-Unit, and it was universally panned by critics and consumers alike.
Excerpt: Once in a while, it’s nice to play a game that you have no prior knowledge of, with no preset expectations for the experience to come, and are open to the idea that that experience may just happen to be quite good.
Summary: " 50 Cent: Blood On The Sand " is big dumb, and a lot of fun. It doesn’t care that it’s ripped off 'Gears of War' and 'The Club' and mashed them together. It doesn’t care that every other word of dialogue is an f-bomb.
Excerpt: Name: 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand Genre: Third-Person Shooter, Action Platform: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 (Reviewed on PlayStation 3 Check out the Video Review. 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand is a good game. Please, don’t stop reading.
Summary: In this X-Play Review, we take a look at the new multiplatform game '50 Cent: Blood on the Sand' and find out if this game parties like it's your birthday...or just a regular, boring Tuesday night.
Pros: Foul-mouthed rappers on a rampage, Quest for badges add replay incentive, Challenging and smart enemy AI, Fun and simple co-op mode
Cons: Slightly derivative, Too much running, At times, suffers from clunky controls
Excerpt: I never there would come a day when I sit down and write about a good 50 Cent game. Generally, hip-hop games have never turned out that great, with the exception of Def Jam, and Wu-Tang Clan: Shaolin Style.
Summary: It should come as no surprise to anyone that they made another 50 Cent game. Despite its chilly critical reception, 2005's 50 Cent: Bulletproof sold remarkably well. What is likely to surprise many people is that the new game, 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, is actually quite good.
Pros: Brash, cocky attitude, Fast-paced action, Engaging scoring system, Great soundtrack of 50 Cent and G-Unit songs
Cons: Action becomes repetitive, Levels blur together, Cover mechanic is too sticky, Very cluttered HUD
Excerpt: Did any of you play Mr. Cent’s first foray into the world of video games – 2005’s Bulletproof? I did, and still have a few things to say about it even to this day. Take one multi-million selling rapper and pandering his gangster fantasy to the masses was an awful idea for a video game to begin with,...