50 Cent: Bulletproof goes to PSP

The PS2 and Xbox version of 50 Cent: Bulletproof didn’t fare so well. Sure, the game raked in a couple of sales from fans of the rapper but they bought it mostly for the soundtrack and the exclusive 50 Cent and G-Unit videos. Now that Vivendi Games and High Voltage Software has decided to take Bulletproof into PSP, can we expect a better 50 Cent game? Yes…well, at least that’s what producer Aaron Blean claims. Shifting from an action shooter to an old school hack ‘n’ slash game, PSP’s 50 Cent: Bulletproof G-Unit Edition will bring gamers a different experience tailored to the handheld.

The PSP version of Bulletproof shares the same admirable cinematic camera shots and the same urban warfare storyline as the PS2 and Xbox game. 50 is still seeking to take revenge on his enemies and is tracking down the most powerful and dangerous syndicates in the city. He still employs the help of his G-Unit soldiers Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and Tony Yayo. However, there are a few features that are exclusive for the PSP like the 36 new counter-kills, the integration of human shields and interrogations into the 50 Cent game genre, and the exclusive feature length documentary filmed by 50 and his soldiers. Maximizing the multiplayer features of the PSP, this game will allow players to take control not only of 50 Cent but also of Banks, Buck, Yayo, Eminem (who plays Detective McVicar), and Dr. Dre (also making an appearance as Grizz).

The game also serves as a G-Unit Clothing catalogue as it features authentic past, present, and upcoming gears from 50’s clothing line. With heavy involvement from 50 himself, 50 Cent: Bulletproof G-Unit Edition will be the “ultimate fusion of videos, music and game play ever assembled for a portable system”, says Blean. He also claims that this is a must-have for 50 Cents fans and non-fans alike, which will release later this year. Although it’s still up to you if you’re going to take his word for it.

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The PS2 and Xbox version of 50 Cent: Bulletproof didn’t fare so well. Sure, the game raked in a couple of sales from fans of the rapper but they bought it mostly for the soundtrack and the exclusive 50 Cent and G-Unit videos. Now that Vivendi Games and High Voltage Software has decided to take Bulletproof into PSP, can we expect a better 50 Cent game? Yes…well, at least that’s what producer Aaron Blean claims. Shifting from an action shooter to an old school hack ‘n’ slash game, PSP’s 50 Cent: Bulletproof G-Unit Edition will bring gamers a different experience tailored to the handheld.

The PSP version of Bulletproof shares the same admirable cinematic camera shots and the same urban warfare storyline as the PS2 and Xbox game. 50 is still seeking to take revenge on his enemies and is tracking down the most powerful and dangerous syndicates in the city. He still employs the help of his G-Unit soldiers Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and Tony Yayo. However, there are a few features that are exclusive for the PSP like the 36 new counter-kills, the integration of human shields and interrogations into the 50 Cent game genre, and the exclusive feature length documentary filmed by 50 and his soldiers. Maximizing the multiplayer features of the PSP, this game will allow players to take control not only of 50 Cent but also of Banks, Buck, Yayo, Eminem (who plays Detective McVicar), and Dr. Dre (also making an appearance as Grizz).

The game also serves as a G-Unit Clothing catalogue as it features authentic past, present, and upcoming gears from 50’s clothing line. With heavy involvement from 50 himself, 50 Cent: Bulletproof G-Unit Edition will be the “ultimate fusion of videos, music and game play ever assembled for a portable system”, says Blean. He also claims that this is a must-have for 50 Cents fans and non-fans alike, which will release later this year. Although it’s still up to you if you’re going to take his word for it.

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