March 24, 2008
50 Cent II ... Why Have You Forsaken Us Vivendi?
In a move sure to excite those with poor taste in shooters (and Vivendi's stockholders), a sequel to the dreadful 2005 "hit" 50 Cent: Bulletproof.
The cover of next month's EGM confirms that the writers did indeed suffer through what can be assumed to be another blight on games. With the original selling well over 1 million copies, it is not to surprising to see a sequel coming.
Also to be anticipated is the media backlash, with 50 Cent: Bulletproof still able to make the 10 ten most violent video games of 2007 even though it was originally released in 2005. With a game so likely to be so bad, it just doesn't seem worth defending. Maybe one of those laws against violent video games could be of some use after all.
Posted by Clayton Ashley at 11:00 PM
| Comments (6)
| Posted to PlayStation 3
Ugh! It's one of those cases where a game sells based on celebrities alone. People have no taste.
Man, I can't stand that guy! (i'm talking about 50 cent) Everything to do with him should be sent to the moon!
this is the end of the world as we know it!
I feel for those people that go out and spend their money on this, but it doesn't affect me in any way. If you don't like the game, don't buy it.
According to "ManGod" Shane Bettenhausen, the game looks suprisingly good. Horrible story it may be, but the game apparently looks like some form of a playable mess. Suprises all round!
Actually, after listening to 1UP yours, I really want to check this game out. The story actually sounds hilarious.
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