Anyone Want A Copy Of GTA IV? I'm Over It: The Friday Nooner (EST)!
I don't know if you guys have noticed, but we've been plugging Grand Theft Auto IV pretty hard this week. Some of you have probably been wondering how much free shit Rockstar has been giving us, how many sacks with dollar signs we've had to haul to the bank in the last week. Before today I would've dismissed such insinuations with a wave of my hand. "No, no - you've got it all wrong," I'd say. "We're plugging the game because we're fans, not for material gain." Or at least that's what I would've said before I saw this trailer for 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand. Although if you caught me right after I saw it, I probably still would've said something like that because, you know, I thought it was a joke. But if you caught me a few minutes later, after I'd googled it and confirmed that it was a REAL video game about 50 Cent killing terrorists, well, I'd probably say something different. You know - something like "Fuck GTA IV - this is going to be the greatest video game of all time." The plot of the game goes something like this: 50 Cent and G-Unit play a concert in the Middle East for some reason, the promoter pays them with
Damien Hirst's "For the Love of God" (retail price: $100 million), and then some bad guys steal it and 50 has to try to get it back. It's important to note that, according to