50 Cent: Activision Proof
Where the @!*$ did militant insurgents get a Black Hawk helicopter?
50 Cent has been able to survive a number of incredible misfortunes, most famously the 2000 shooting in which he was fired upon nine times. But recently, 50 Cent has been able to survive Activision and Blizzard’s recent merger and his game 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand is set to be released before the year’s end.
There had been some speculation that the game had been cancelled after Blizzard managers voiced their opposition to developing the game. Since its inception, Blizzard has had the highest standards of any gaming company I can think of, and is known to cancel highly anticipated games that did not met their standards (Warcraft Adventures: Lord of the Clans, Shattered Nations, Starcraft: Ghost). 50 Cent’s game was expected not to meet Blizzard’s standard based on his first game 50 Cent: Bulletproof. Bulletproof was universally panned; G4’s X-play called it the worst game on the Playstation 2 yet the game sold 8 million copies, thus spurring its creator, Vivendi, to develop a sequel; and despite protests, the game release has been confirmed.
50 Cent tries some enhanced interrogation tactics.
The plot of the game sees 50 Cent performing a sold-out concert in a war-torn country. After wowing the crowd, he discovers that he has been conned by his promoter, who hands over the profit to a terrorist named Kamal. 50 Cent then goes on a killing rampage across two countries in his quest to find the money. Eventually, 50 Cent discovers a legend about a diamond skull and sets after the treasure like a modern Indiana Jones.
“For the Love of God” by Damien Hirst. I hear he’s a big fan.
The game will contain enhanced gameplay based on the first game. Improvements will include vehicle missions, a larger supply of weapons, and the ability to play not only 50 Cent but three other members of G-Unit. Additionally, it will feature exclusive tracks by 50 Cent and other rap artists. 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand is slated for a November 28, 2008 release date.
50 Cent and Tony Yayo fire upon their rivals Kanye West, The Game and Fat Joe