50 Cent: Blood on the Sand is a third-person shooter video game developed by Swordfish Studios and published by THQ for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.It serves as the sequel to 50 Cent: Bulletproof, and was released in February 2009.The game centers around a fictional 50 Cent and G-Unit's concert, set in an unspecified location in Middle East.After the reward payment goes wrong, the group.
One of the world's hottest rap stars is back - inside a video game. Following the success of 2006's, THQ's 50 CENT: BLOOD ON THE SAND once again lets players take command of 'Fiddy' in an over-the-top action game, this time battling enemies in a war-torn middle-eastern country. The story is quite ridiculous, however, as the rapper performs to a sold-out crowd in this fictitious country, only to find his payment - a diamond-encrusted skull - has been stolen by a local crime lord (a former CIA operative, no less). And so you and your trusty G-Unit group must battle baddies to collect your payday and teach this ruthless thief a lesson.Played from a third-person perspective, gamers - as 50 Cent - must run and gun through dangerous locations, find cover, and take down enemies with automatic guns or by using close-quarter knife kills.
Silent scope gba. The 'Mature'-rated action isn't for young eyes as enemies are slaughtered up close, with plenty of bloody scenes, and it's not for young ears either because of strong language, racy lyrics, and drug references. If you don't mind (or even enjoy) this kind of violent game, and can get past the silly premise, you'll find 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand a better game than its predecessor thanks to tight controls, vehicle-based levels (including a helicopter ride), optional co-op multiplayer, upgradeable weapons, and more than 40 hip-hop tracks (18 of which are exclusive, plus the disc also has nine classic music videos). Mature 'Fiddy' fans with a yen for this kind of gun play will find this game a good all-around pick.
.: February 20, 2009.: February 24, 2009Mode(s),50 Cent: Blood on the Sand is a developed by and published by for the. It serves as the sequel to, and was released in February 2009. The game centers around a fictional and 's concert, set in an unspecified location in. After the reward payment goes wrong, the group tries to retrieve the stolen skull back from the terrorists.Blood on the Sand came out of a Covert-One cancelled project at Swordfish Studios, which was tweaked to be less serious. In 2008, the initial publisher, merged with.
That resulted in the company dropping the support, with an uncertain future regarding the release. Shortly after, took over the publishing rights for the game.The game was positively received upon release, with praise directed at 50 Cent's involvement.
Despite being noted as an improvement over Bulletproof, it was a, which led to the closure of in 2010. This section needs expansion. You can help. ( May 2015)The game is set in an urban warzone in an unnamed Middle Eastern country, where 50 Cent and G-Unit have been hired to play a rap concert. After the concert, the promoter, Anwar, is unable to pay them the $10 million in cash he promised but relents after being threatened.
However, instead of the cash they were promised, he gives them a diamond-and-pearl encrusted human skull as collateral. This is stolen by a paramilitary group led by the terrorist Kamal. 50 Cent (with the help of a selected G-Unit partner) decides to get it back at any cost and soon, they find out that there is a much bigger enemy than Kamal.Gameplay Blood on the Sand includes on-foot combat, as well as vehicle missions such as a driver-and-turret-gunner road chase and a helicopter-borne shootout. There are also battles against helicopters.The game has a feature called the 'Shop' (activated in the game by placing a call on payphones hidden on each level), where the characters can use cash to buy new weapons, upgrade their old weapons, and learn hand-to-hand combat moves called 'Counter-Kills'. Cash can be used to unlock Taunts (each rated by 'Profanity', 'Braggin' and 'Triple X' levels), which increase the points earned from kills.Weapons are graded from 1 to 10 by capacity, damage rating, and accuracy, and also list possible weapon enhancements.
Players can use a mode called 'Gangsta Fire' (50 Cent's variation on the slo-mo 'bullet-time' concept used in ) to take on multiple opponents at once.Each level has target enemies (five per level; each is just a high-value target, not a 'Level Boss'), crates of gold bars (which are broken open to earn money), as well as collectibles like posters (5 per level). Kills grant points, which help the player to earn bronze, silver, and gold G-Unit Badges; these unlock better weapons, counter-kills, and taunts in the 'Shop'.It also features more music tracks than the first game (40+ tracks in all); made 18 exclusive tracks just for the game., and made the original score for the game.
There are also unlockable songs and videos.Development Around 2007, was looking to publish a video game based on novel series, to coincide with a TV show's release. However, the series got cancelled, and so was the game at the same time. After that, offered the studio to develop a sequel based on. While certain parts of the Covert-One project got repurposed during its development (like cover system), Blood on the Sand was being made with a lighter tone in mind. The animations were done from scratch to have a more ' feeling to it.
And occasionally visited the developers to offer some feedback. Every few months, Vivendi would show them a presentation of the game, named as 'big release' builds. One of the late additions were the helicopters, due to 50 Cent's son asking for them during the build's playthrough.After the original company planned to distribute the game, merged with, many games, including 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, faced the possibility of not being released.
The rights to Blood on the Sand were then picked up. Reception ReceptionAggregate scoreAggregatorScore71/100 (X360)72/100 (PS3)Review scoresPublicationScoreC7/10 (X360)7/107/108/107/107/10GameZone6.5/107.1/107.6/10 (UK)7.5/10 (Australia)6.5/10 (X360)70% (PS3)(X360)CUnlike Bulletproof, which received generally mixed reviews, Blood on the Sand was better received by video game critics, scoring a 7 out of 10 on and a 4/5 on. Critics also praised the improvement and 50 Cent's involvement in the game. Of said the story was 'mostly nonsense, with a lot of half-assed dialogue that's usually delivered by people who sound like they have a plane to catch'. Praised the solid gunplay and strong co-op though they noted that the repetitive nature of the gameplay meant that it did not have great lasting appeal.
Chris Watters of GameSpot said 'it works surprisingly well. This isn't the best action game you'll play this year, but that doesn't mean you won't have a damn fun time playing it.' In, Brooker gave the game a negative review, quoting the game and saying 'Where'd she go? That bitch who took my skull?'
, that's the entire storyline' and later stating that 'there are plenty of atrocious cutscenes detailing a story that's impossible to care about, during which 50 Cent scowls a lot and generally behaves like a prick.' The game was not a commercial success. As of early April 2009, 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand sold an estimated 56,000 copies in the United States. Archived from on 2009-01-11. Retrieved 2009-01-07.
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