Additional Information about 50 Cent: Bulletproof (Microsoft Xbox, 2005) – European Version
Intended exclusively for mature players, this unapologetically violent game features the monetarily monikered rapper in its starring role, as a streetwise tough seeking revenge against a mysterious gang of thugs that filled him with lead and left him for dead. The hero can gain access to a variety of firearms and other weapons, and can learn more than 25 deadly reversal moves. In the third-person shooter style of the popular 128-bit generation Grand Theft Auto games, players follow a series of missions that lead them through the game’s storyline.
Bulletproof features previously unreleased music and video by 50 Cent, and the game allows players to set up their own music and video play lists of this included material. The voices and likenesses of other famous musicians portray supporting characters, including Lloyd Banks (lock pick), Tony Yayo (demolitions expert), and Young Buck (weapon specialist) as members of 50’s G-Unit posse, Eminem as the “shady” Detective McVicar, and rap music luminary Dr. Dre as the wizened back-alley arms dealer Grizz.
50 Cent: Bulletproof
Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Use of Drugs
Number of Players
Game Special Features
Guide rap artist 50 Cent through New Yorks seedy streets while dealing with ruthless crime families
Attack enemies with more than 25 hand-to-hand moves or with an arsenal of weapons
Contains more than four CDs worth of 50 Cent and G-Unit music
Story line written by Terry Winter, executive producer of HBOs The Sopranos
Unlock more than 12 music videos from 50 Cent and G-Unit