Summary: I was looking for a cheap 3rd person shooter to try and I had second thoughts on Blood and Sand but I bought it anyway. This game is more fun than I thought and it should receive more recognition. Basically you shoot your way through missions but its a fun ride. The story isn't extremely deep but I didn't have a problem with that. Fun game great price, I'll hold onto this one for a while.
A little rough around the edges, but fun to shoot up the place.
L. Allen, Amazon
22 June 2012
Summary: Many dismissed this game when it first came out, probably with just cause from it featuring 50 Cent. The game itself is kind of cheezy, from the storyline to the one liners 50 and his crew spout. However, at the heart of this game is a really fun shooter. Utilizes a cover system and borrows heavily from Gears of War, with a little Army of Two and The Club flavor mixed in. Graphics are good and even better if you think about this game being several years old.
Summary: Yeah it's really better than the first 50 game. It's just above average a small bit. You would think they would of just thrown something together but no actually they put some thought into the gameplay system. either take cover or you're dead. At some points it can be fun with a run n gun type of style but eventually you'll have to plan ahead. Also has extras like music/videos if you a fan of gangsterism.
Summary: The story behind this game is basically this: 50 Cent & crew go across seas to take on a bunch of terrorists and steal back what that was taken from them. Yeah...not happenin! HOWEVER...as hokey and unreal as the plot may be, it's still hella fun shooting baddies and kickin @$$ with 50 Cent & crew! The mechanics of the game are are legit and the control is overall pretty tight. The action & game play are pretty fun...lots of cool shooting and @$$ whooping throughout.
Summary: If youre looking for a simple shootem up game with blood, lots of guns, and lots of swearing, then look no further. You play as 50 and you choose either Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, or DJ Whoo Kid as a sidekick. This game loses points for not being able to play 2 players co-op unless the other player is someone online, so you always find yourself passing the controller if more than one person in the room wants to play.
Summary: This game plays like a mixture of Uncharted, and Army of Two; with a lot of 50 Cent music from his first 3 albums embedded into the game; you can turn off the song tracks to just have the instrumental versions of the songs play instead. Also there is a grading system you get at the end of some check points that grade you by obtaining bronze, silver, and gold by getting the highest score and this is achievable by collecting posters that are sprawled on the walls of the...