50 Cent Bulletproof Game For Pc

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Game name 50 Cent: Bulletproof
First released on
2005-11-17
Genres Shooter
Age ratings ESRB M
Game modes Single player, Multiplayer
Publisher(s) Sierra Entertainment, Vivendi Games
Developer(s) Genuine Games, High Voltage Software, Interscope
Platform(s) XBOX, PS2, PSP
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You are the rapper 50 Cent in the streets of New York. You receive a urgent page for one of your old cell mates K-Dog, which leads you into a ambush where 50 Cent gets shot nine times and is left to die. After 50 survives you are back out in the streets sneaking for revenge. 50 gets caught up in a underground world working along side with G-Unit soldiers Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and Tony Yayo. You go through the game dealing with shady deals and people while taking on the most dangerous crime organization in all of New York City. 50 puts in work to uncover the truth behind the international conspiracy that is being fueled by the streets.

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50 Cent: Bulletproof is a video game for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox consoles. 50 Cent: Bulletproof was reworked into a PlayStation Portable version and titled 50 Cent: Bulletproof G Unit Edition, with a top-down perspective. A sequel, 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, was released on February 24, 2009 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.The story revolves around protagonist hip hop musician 50 Cent's search for vengeance against the hitmen who attempted to murder him. The game features members of the G-Unit rap crew as a gang. Dr. Dre plays an arms dealer, Eminem plays a corrupt police officer, and DJ Whoo Kid plays himself as a person selling 'bootlegged' music (of the G-Unit camp) out of his trunk. A soundtrack album titled, Bulletproof, was released by DJ Red Heat's Shadyville Entertainment. It won 'Best Original Song' in the 2005 Spike TV Video Game Awards.

50 Cent: Bulletproof PS2 Gameplay Release Date: November 17, 2005 Platforms: PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Xbox. You can play as 50 Cent as he blasts his way through the streets of New York in 50 Cent: Bulletproof. Your path will cross those of drug and weapons dealers, informants, and a myriad of other shady. An official trailer for the video game 50 Cent: Bulletproof.

50 Cent: Bulletproof releases

RegionRelease datePlatform
Worldwide Thursday 17th of November 2005 Xbox
Worldwide Thursday 17th of November 2005 PlayStation 2
Worldwide Thursday 17th of November 2005 PlayStation Portable
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How much street cred can nine bullet wounds buy? This is the question 50 Cent’s career seeks to answer. Can you have your own flavor of pink mineral water and still call yourself a “gangsta”? Apparently. Can you star in a game in which you gruesomely stab people, steal their wallets, and then use their money to buy an assortment of promo merchandise? You bet. Bulletproof, a third-person shooter in the vein of Dead to Rights or Max Payne, was part of 2005's 50 Cent holiday marketing assault, and like all advertising it favors image over substance. The cut-scenes are top-notch, with dark, druggy art direction and great voice acting from 50, Eminem, and Dr. Dre. But as a game, Bulletproof is a disaster. Your G-Unit allies are so dumb they had to be made invincible to keep them alive. Your enemies, on the other hand, sense your presence from 100 yards away and run in erratic patterns as they spray bullets, a frustration compounded by sloppy aiming controls. Bulletproof is a blur of lazy design, pandering gore, and shameless product placement.

Fiddy’s game is barely worth the two quarters that his name comprises. Once you get past the fantastic character models and the mountains of licensed music found within (though the same four tracks play over and over again during the game), you have nothing but problems. The targeting system is useless, the levels are bland and filled with countless invisible barriers, and the camera is so hard to manipulate in tight spaces that you’ll often end up staring right at 50's face as he gets ventilated by the dozen enemies he just can’t see. I wouldn’t even recommend this to hardcore 50 Cent fans. If you really need your gangsta fix, go replay Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas instead.

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Like every star-studded, fran-chised-to-hell game that plops on the PS2, Bulletproof looks like a million bucks and plays like, well, 50 cents. Trying to line up a target’s head (hit ’im anywhere else and it’ll take most of your magazine to drop him) with your pinhole of a reticule while running, diving, and dodging incoming fire is ridiculously cumbersome. And whether you’re wielding a 9 milli or a 12-gauge, half the guns in the game have the same peashooter impact on enemy thugs when you are lucky enough to connect. The combat gimmicks—graphic, grappling insta-kills— look great but do zilch for gameplay since they’re autotriggered with a single button press. Maybe 50 should have approached Rockstar about getting dropped into the next GTA instead.