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Fresh Prince Of Persia

Um … just watch this and we’ll talk about it after.

(via Aziz Is Bored)

ARE YOU KIDDING ME? The three best things in the world, 50 Cent, video games, and the War in Iraq, all in one?!!!! From the company that brought us King’s Quest? Prepare yourself for the mind explosion, indeed.

I also love the game’s description:

In the sequel to 50 Cent: Bulletproof, players again become one of the world’s biggest hip-hop stars in an all out battle to protect 50 Cent’s assets and to collect payment from a crooked overlord. The game features 50 Cent in a multi-player online drop-in and drop-out co-op world that allows him to call on his G-Unit pals to watch his back in intense gameplay action. 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand features interactive counter-kills that let the player take control of the finishing moves. And for the first time in a game, 50 Cent finds himself behind the wheel and flight stick in a variety of driving missions and aerial combat challenges.

Every single aspect of that is amazing. Who hasn’t wanted in some way to have the opportunity, even if only through a videogame, to protect 50 Cent’s assets? With G Unit watching your digital back? And getting to take control of the finishing moves? Me? But I’m nobody! But 50 Cent in aerial combat is too much. Does not compute. Emergency shut down of all mental faculties.

I wish we would send 50 Cent to Iraq, though, for reals. He is so good at kneeing people in the face and taking over their helicopter. And then when he was done, free grape-flavored Vitamin Water for everyone. Now that’s a plan for winning the peace!