Forget for a minute that the protagonist of this game is a conceited rap star who can’t act to save his life… or his dignity. Forget for a minute that the friendly A.I. in this game is so bad you’ll actually contemplate flying down to the States just to track down and slap the entire G-Unit. Forget for a minute the voice acting that’s so bad, it’s actually good just like our very own Son of Dracula.
If you can forget or look past all of the above mentioned stuff, 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand (BoTS) is mindless entertainment at its best. If you can’t, well, I suggest you move on to greener pastures.
Blood in the Sand begins with Fiddy and his mindless crew of suckups AKA the G-unit that comprise of Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo and DJ Whoo Kid delivering a "mind-blasting" concert in the Middle East. Of course, Fiddy don’t run no charitable organization so like any self respecting rap star, he heads over to the organizer to collect his fat paycheck after the concert. Unfortunately his manager’s been robbed and the only thing that he can offer Fiddy in exchange for his valuable services is a diamond encrusted skull that’s pretty sacred to the people of the land.
Now Fiddy can’t resist this sort of extravagant bling so he accepts his remuneration and is about to head back to the States when his convoy gets ambushed and his skull, stolen by a group of mercenaries. Now this pisses Fiddy off to end cos no one, and I mean no one messes with Fiddy and gets away with it so he embarks on a journey to recover his precious "mother*****g" skull only to get double, triple and quadruple crossed along the way.