Character Most Likely to Fail a Performance-Enhancing Drug Test
There was a point in the history of video games when extreme "baditude" was all the rage. Look at the cover of any NES game and you'll see macho men doing karate, macho men brandishing laser guns, or macho men doing karate while brandishing laser guns. That trend slowly waned over the years as developers realized that people were looking for more than just muscled-up goons karate-chopping the living daylights out of aliens, but at least part of those shameful early years of gaming made a comeback this year. We are referring, of course, to the rebirth of giant muscles. For whatever reason, bulging biceps made a huge comeback in 2009, and let's just say they didn't exactly make their return tastefully.
Our nominees include 50 Cent from 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, Chris Redfield from Resident Evil 5, Batman from Batman: Arkham Asylum, Nathan Spencer from Bionic Commando, and Hulk Hogan from Legends of Wrestlemania.
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After performing a sold-out concert in a fictional war-torn country, 50 Cent and the G-Unit are robbed of their cash and paid in kind with a priceless diamond encrusted skull, which is subsequently stolen by the local crime-lord's gang. Determined to collect his payment and enact revenge on the gangsters foolish enough to disrespect him, 50 Cent sets out to get rich or die trying. 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand features intense third-person action/shooter gameplay, an intuitive cover system, drop in and drop out online multiplayer co-op, merciless melee counter-kills and a soundtrack that combines 50 Cent's greatest hits with 18 exclusive new tracks. 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand puts players in control of their own virtual action film by blending visuals from the Unreal 3 game engine technology with an over-the-top story and voiceover work by 50 Cent and the G-Unit's Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks, and DJ Whoo Kid.
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