Summary: Challenge(7) Game constist of 5 diffculties: Very easy, Easy, Normal, Hard, and Very hard. Game can be hard and easy at times. It gets hard when you are by yourself doing bossbattles and easy when with your crew. Control's(6) Very basic like R1 to shoot but no twist here. Graphics(4) Graphics are bland and dark, developers but little detail and not enough time into this category and it defintly shows.
Summary: First of all, this game should have had a longer storyline. Maybe I would have enjoyed it better. Second of all, if you dont like 50 cent, just dont even bother to buy it. Its all about him and how he got shot a while back, that is it. Third, we need more action fiddy!!! Put some umph into your game and make it like the "True Crime" series and try to extend the map a little bit more, hey we want to be able to see NYC am I right? Overall, its an ok game, I guess...
Summary: This game was ok enough, and it would be considered average. And to "heavymetalninja", I hope you realize you make "metal" fans look like trolls and idiots. You're close minded to the genre of rap/hip-hop, and you should actually listen to the artists and more into the genre.
Summary: 50 Cent Bulletproof could have been one of the most innovative and exciting urban action video games of all time. It's clear that a lot of time and effort went into the creative edge of the video game. Sadly though, the game falls short when it comes to the actual game play. The premise of 50 Cent Bulletproof is rather simple. You star in the game as 50 Cent. Along with fellow G-Unit members Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Tony Yayo you run the streets basically.
Summary: This is like a mix between Max Payne or Punisher and Def Jam: Fight for New York. The biggest selling point of this title is the inclusion of 50 Cent and G-Unit members. Dr. Dre and Eminem also drop in. Other characters from 50's world also show up and lend a hand. Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and Tony Yayo all make appearances--bringing certain character traits to a situation, such as an expertise in explosives--and provide back up during fights.
Summary: the first time i heard of bulletproof: i thought it would be one of the best game in december 2005, but when i played(for xbox)i was really disappointed(it didn't came out on the PC). first the graphics: 50 is the best looking character in the game, then the rest of g-unit, dr dre and eminem. the bad guys look bad, but the terrain is awful. especially in very dark area's.
Summary: Okay...this is a review, not a g-unit bash commentary. Unlike some people, I have the b@lls to say that I actually do enjoy some of 50's music. Though not without his issues(you all know what I mean), he is an interesting person. This game was obviously a companion piece to his get rich or die trying movie. Universal kind of dropped the ball on this one. It's not a terrible game, but it reeks of a rushed product.