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Vivendi Universal Games has announced that 50 Cent: Bulletproof has sold more than one million copies since its global launch in November 2005.
Australia's Office of Film and Literature Classification has refused classification on 50 Cent: Bulletproof because it has been deemed excessively violent.
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An all new Arcade Mode has been revealed for 50 Cent: Bulletproof, taking the action back to the Old Skool.
50 Cent Bulletproof will come full to the brim with music, with over eight hours of tracks from the 50 Cent and G Unit.
50 Cent's first videogame will be slightly different on the PSP.