50 Cent Kills The Competition With Hot-Selling "Bulletproof"

Image50 Cent's 50 Cent: Bulletproof videogame has reportedly sold over 1 million copies since its international release last November.

Word is the game has been in high-demand at U.S. and U.K. retail stores, becoming one of the top-selling games at GameStop locations during the holiday season. Bulletproof features more than four CDs of music, including new tracks by 50 Cent, over 12 music videos and countless bonus features. The game is available for PlayStation2 and Xbox.

"Gamers and 50 fans alike have enthusiastically responded to the groundbreaking fusion of frenetic game play and the lyrical imagery of the exclusive 50 Cent music tracks in 50 Cent: Bulletproof," Cindy Cook, VU Games' Chief Strategy and Marketing Office, said via a statement. "The strong sales of Bulletproof underscore the undeniable appeal of the artist, his music and the engaging interactive experience that this game delivers."

In related news, 50 appears to be headed to court. The G-Unit honcho is being sued for allegedly borrowing lyrics from songs recorded by Luther "Uncle Luke" Campbell. The suit has been filed by Lil' Jo Wein Music, which owns the copyrights to many of Luke's songs. Luke is not involved in the suit.

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