“What are your fans going to like about 50 Cent: Blood On The Sand?”
50 Cent: Blood on the Sand really has something for everyone. My fans will love the exclusive soundtrack and spot-on likenesses of myself, Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, and DJ Whoo Kid. All of us put a lot of voiceover work into the game, so you’re hearing our real voices in the game as well as our music.
The storylines and ideas in this game were really inspired by the top action films. The story begins after I perform a sold out concert and a local crime lord steals my payment. With the help of the G-Unit, I go after him to collect my payday and get revenge. The story of Blood on the Sand is all about trust and betrayal--there will be a lot of unexpected plot twists. Near the end of the game, you will have to make an important choice that will affect the outcome of the story, giving you two possible endings, which is rare for an action game.
The previously released tracks in the game are like my greatest hits section. You have a number of hits from my last album “Curtis” and aside from that there are a whole bunch of hit records, so much of my hit music from the last 5 years is in there. We also have 9 of my classic music videos that you can unlock as you progress through the game. There are 42 tracks total in the game, and 18 exclusive tracks with new material. My fans are going to love the combination of greatest hits and new music that they’ve never heard before.
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