If you are a G-Unit fan, then this is the kind of game for you. It's basicly, a run-and-gun game, not a free roam type.. which gets boring after a day or two. The graphics are really good, and theres a lot of music tracks to select.
You can steal from dead enemys, and use it to buy music videos, music tracks, weapons and new fighting moves. The game is kind of short, but will keep you entertained for a bit. The game follows a unique story, and once you owant a real challenge, you can go into arcade mode and play as 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, DJ Whoo Kid, Eminem, and a lot other fictional characters that are exclusive to 50 Cent: Bulletproof.
There are also a couple of setbacks in the game. They use profanity words a whole lot, so you better keep the volume down if your parents are nearby. The biggest problem of all, is , that the game is VERY dark. I mean, so dark that you can barley see around which leaves you to turn up the brightness to maxium.