KRS-One, Public Enemy, and Ghostface Killah among those contributing urban-flavored beats to the upcoming PC, Xbox, PS2 crime game.
The urban third-person action game of gang warfare, 25 to Life, will feature a soundtrack littered with the hip-hop products of many famous rappers, both old-school and new. To give perspective pigs and gaming gangsters a taste of the tunes, publisher Eidos Interactive today announced half the track listing for its upcoming cops-and-robbers game. The game is being developed by Avalanche Software, and it will be available for the PlayStation 2, PC, and Xbox this summer.
25 to Life will feature the following songs:
* KRS-One - Black Cop
* 2Pac featuring Nutso - Ghetto Star
* Gangstarr - Code of the Streets
* Geto Boys - Yes Yes Ya'll
* Ghostface Killah featuring Jadakiss - Run
* Public Enemy - Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos
* Xzibit - Enemies
* Jackpot - To the Finish
* UTP Playas - Nolia Clap
* Tech N9ne - My Wife My Bitch My Girl
* Tego Caldron - Circa De Mi Neighborhood
* Grafh - Bad Company
* Shade Sheist & N.U.N.E. - You Got
* Locura Terminal - Prisonero
* Blaze feat/Esham and ABK - Shot-gun
25 to Life is rated M for Mature and will retail for $49.99. For more information on the game, roll over to GameSpot's previous coverage.
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