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BBFC: Seriously, THQ is publishing 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

Last week, Australia's Office of Film and Literature Classification breathed new life into a rumor that 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, which many had believed to be a casualty in the Activision-Vivendi merger, had found a new publisher in THQ -- info made public when the OFLC stamped the game with an...

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OFLC: 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand being published by THQ

Australia's high-strung ratings board, the OFLC, notes that 50 Cent: Blood in the Sand will be published by THQ -- at least in that region. The game received an "MA 15+" rating last Friday. Holla atcha boy if you happy it ain't banned. The 50 Cent sequel had previously been dropped by Activision...

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Swordfish Studio 'sources' deny 50 Cent game canceled

Swordfish Studio "sources" tell GI.biz that the rumor of 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand's cancellation is not true. The site reports "sources close" to the studio say the game is currently having its bugs fixed, and that it is still expected to release this holiday. GI.biz goes on to note that the...

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Activision Blizzard still 'reviewing' fate of Ghostbusters, 50 Cent

It seems Activision Blizzard is still uncertain as to who it's gonna call -- to publish ectoplasmic epic Ghostbusters. Speaking to MCV, the newly melded megapublisher was still hesitant to divulge the "absolutely not cancelled" game's fate, along with the fate of fellow Vivendi leftovers like 50...

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Blood on the Sand: the Burnout of shooters

In an interview with Xbox World 360 magazine (as reported by OXM UK), the producer of 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, Julian Waddows, stated that he hopes Fiddy's new game will do for shooters what Burnout did for the racing genre. He adds further that he wants the game to do, "What Diablo did for...

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Fiddy's friend says Blood on the Sand "as good as Gears of War"

This should allay everyone's fears about 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand. According to TeamXbox, a member of 50 Cent's G-Unit crew, Tony Yayo, has been quoted as saying that Blood on the Sand is "looking as good as Gears of War." Lofty words to be sure. Of course, given the source, we're a little...

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Yeah, they made another one -- 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

Click for high-resolution image. Rapper 50 Cent is on a quest. His in-game character is looking for a diamond-encrusted skull in an unnamed fictional Middle Eastern country. The real-life rapper, though? Well, perhaps he's on a quest to save a dying breed: the really awful video game. Perhaps...

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X3F Impressions: 50 Cent Blood on the Sand

When the first 50 Cent game was released, it wasn't exactly to critical praise, and many didn't think that it would be anything other than a footnote in the history of licensed games. Surprisingly, the game sold over a million copies and has a sequel well into development. 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand...

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See the debut trailer for 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand

We're not positive (yet), but the more material we see from 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, the more sure we are that it's going to be the best game ever made. Barring that, it's almost sure to be the best one featuring the theft -- and subsequent retrieval -- of a diamond-encrusted skull by a...

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Joystiq impressions: 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand (360/PS3)

If you buy only one game featuring 50 Cent and G-Unit shooting people in a quest to get back their diamond-encrusted skull this year, make it 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand. I'm still overwhelmed by the game's plot, and when 50 Cent is your protagonist, you might as well embellish as much as you can....

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