Boomtown writes: "Ever been to a 50 Cent gig? Me neither, but evidently there are plenty of people who have, and they've bought plenty of his records as well. It's not every rapper that gets their own videogame – let alone two – and so whether you're a fan or not, it's hard to deny that Curtis Jackson's ventures into music, film and now games have been successful ones.
The premise for the game goes like this; 50 is doing a gig, armed with a bulletproof vest and weapons of course, and upon going to collect his obscene pay cheque, he's denied it. What follows is laughable really, as 50 and his G-Unit friends hunt down drug barons, kill seemingly the entire population of the country and blow everything up for no reason at all. Not particularly deep, or even believable, but then a 50 Cent game was never going to be groundbreaking in the plot department. Dodgy story aside though, surely the game can't be any good? Can it?"