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4.8/10 GameSpot

Writer(s)  Terry Winter
Genre  Action game
6.5/10 IGN

Designer(s)  Haydn Dalton
Initial release date  17 November 2005
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Release date(s)  PS2, Xbox NA: November 17, 2005 EU: November 25, 2005 PSP NA: August 29, 2006
Mode(s)  Single-player, multiplayer
Platforms  PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, Xbox
Developers  Insomniac/Interscope Records, Genuine Games, High Voltage Software
Awards  VGX Award for Best Song in a Game
Publishers  Vivendi Games, Sierra Entertainment
Similar  Vivendi games, Shooter games

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50 Cent: Bulletproof is an action video game developed by Genuine Games and published by Sierra Entertainment for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox consoles, which released in November 2005. 50 Cent: Bulletproof was reworked into a PlayStation Portable version titled 50 Cent: Bulletproof G Unit Edition, with a top-down perspective, which released in 2006. A sequel, 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, was released in 2009.

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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.

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G-Unit edition

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On August 29, 2006, Vivendi Games released a G-Unit edition for the PlayStation Portable. While the story and cut-scenes are the same as the console counterpart, the game eschews the third-person perspective game-play for a top-down, isometric viewpoint. Also added is multiplayer game-play through ad hoc wireless connectivity. The PlayStation Portable version featured a "Vitamin Water" mini-game in which you play as 50-Cent at the apex of his business endeavors.

Plot/Synopsis

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50 Cent quickly finds himself being dragged back into the criminal underworld, taking on the most dangerous crime organizations in New York City, uncovering an international conspiracy with devastating implication.

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The setting is New York. 50 Cent, 1 night in his apartment, gets a call & page from his former cellmate & friend "K Dog". The latter tells the former he is trouble. 50 Cent gets his "nine" & leaves. 50 Cent then gets his crew: Rappers Lloyd Banks (who is the locksmith & weapon of choice is a "gat"), Young Buck (who 50 states he knew since "pre-school"; ironically, 50 Cent & Lloyd Banks discovered him on tour with Juvenile; he is seen as a weapons specialist & his weapon of choice is 2 "gats") & Tony Yayo (The demolition expert whose weapon of choice is a Mac 11). They all go down the subway station.

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The crew go to Queens, New York, & see K Dog being physically assaulted by unknown masked assailants. After killing multiple masked unknown assailants, 50 Cent is shot 9 times & left for dead. 50 Cent wakes up in Doc Friday's house/workplace. Doc Friday was a licensed doctor until he started writing prescriptions for himself. Tony Yayo & Young Buck were the 2 that had brought 50 to Doc Friday. 50 Cent is given painkillers, which can be used throughout the whole entire video game to gain health back, along with a medical aid kit & Vitamin Water (a reference to the fact that 50 Cent was a spokesperson & had a stake in Vitamin Water, an energy water brand). 50 Cent is then welcomed & greeted by his fellow New York natives & friends who initially thought he was dead, such as: Moet & Chandon, 50's prostitutes; Bugs, a paraplegic pawn shop owner who throughout the video game story-line give(s) 50 Cent missions & information. He sees his belongings in the pawn shop, & demands his belongings shipped back to his home. After walking out, he runs into Grizz, a war vet who lost his trigger finger in the war. Throughout the game, Grizz sells 50 Cent guns, & armor. He later tells 50 Cent his war medals were stolen, & gives 50 Cent money &/or armor for every war medal he finds. The 2 then go see Popcorn, a psycho that sells "counter kills" (slow mo special kills) to 50 Cent. Then, he sees Booker, a homeless man who knows everything. 50 Cent goes to Detective Aaron MCVicar who was a corrupt cop on info..for a price. 50 gets a weapon from Grizz.

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50 Cent & Lloyd Banks go to see K Dog at "The Safe house", guarded by masked assailants & The Feds where supposedly K Dog is talking to them. The safe house is located in Scarsdale, West Chester, New York. After killing masked assailants & cracking safes, the 2 discover K Dog as well as the federal prosecutors's corpses. 50 gets K Dog's belongings. He brings it back to Bugs, who is able to listen to the messages left on the phone. 1 of the messages says K Dog was supposed to meet up with "Spyder", a crystal meth drug dealer about trans-po routes. 50 decides to go after Spyder.

50 goes to "The Junkyard" to meet up with Spyder. After killing Spyder's assailants along with MCVicar, he kills Spyder. They notice a tattoo similar to the 1 on K Dog. He cuts Spyder's skin with the tattoo on it & gives it to Bugs.

Fellow Rappers including Eminem (as Detective McVicar) and Dr. Dre (as street-wise war veteran 'Grizz') will aid 50 Cent in this action-packed adventure.

Reception

50 Cent: Bulletproof received generally mixed reviews due to poor game-play mechanics, but it was praised for its solid story line & music. It received 1 out of 5 and a Golden Mullet from X-Play. In spite of this, it received a positive rating of 8/10 from Official UK PlayStation 2 Magazine.

The PlayStation Portable G-Unit Edition was also received by mostly mixed reviews from critics. GameSpot's Alex Navarro did, however, say that it was a better game than the PS2 or Xbox versions."

50 Cent: Bulletproof sold nearly 1.2 million copies.

References

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