- Platform: Xbox 360
- ESRB Rating: Mature
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
50 cent Blood on the Sand - Xbox 360
- Fast Action Arcade Shooter Gameplay
- Brawler Style Combat with brutal Counterkill finishing moves: 20 Interactive Counterkills
- Drop-In/Drop-Out Co-Op Online Multiplayer
- Arcade Style Points System
- Arcade Style Points System: Earn money & points via kills and uncovering loot caches. Use money to purchase new weapons (20 total) and/or Counterkill Finishing Moves.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Take on the role of 50 Cent, the world¿s biggest hip-hop star, in this fastpaced arcade style 3rd person shooter ¿ combining brutal melee counter-kills, online co-op, and exclusive new music content from 50 Cent and G-Unit.
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You follow the steps of 50 cent after money is owed to him, at your side, you can chose to have a side kick, which unlike many games out there, does not act like dumbed AI that gets in your cross hairs. The game's mechanics and playability are well balanced and I can honestly say I didn't get frustrated once throught out the campaing. You will encounter small challenges that are easy to acomplish, I won't spoil the game for you, so I'll move onto other aspects of the game.
Sound wise, the game is decent, the soundtrack playing on the background, as you would guess, is 50 Cent material, which is pretty good, and I'm not that big on rap. You will hear your sidekick say "fitty, over here!" time and time again, but, it wasn't irritating at all, it was actually helpful when you don't know where to go next, which wasn't the case very often. If you have a surround system, lower the sound effects and voice, so you can hear the rap music a bit louder; by default, the music is played at a subtle level, it doens't interfere with the game's other sound effects. But, I did find myself having the music louder, because I really enjoyed shooting fools to rap tunes.
Graphics are a mixed bag, 50 cent is ugly by default, so not much they could do there; backgrounds were a bit washed out and characters as well, but overall, the game looks surprisingly good.
Controls are perfect, you've got your standard aim down the sights and shoot, covering, blind shooting and CQC.
In conclusion, this is one of those shooters that are easy to pick up and enjoy for a quick gaming session; it is mindless fun (in a good way). If you still have doubts, rent it first, but I know you'll like it as much as I do and will end up buying it, like I did. Hope this helps
The price should have dropped enough to be within anyone's price range, and the game is just a bunch of fun. Well worth the price now.