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PostSubject: Eminem's Facebook Game Sends Users to Hell    Eminem's Facebook Game Sends Users to Hell EmptySat Jul 09, 2011 8:16 am

(EndPlay Staff Reports) - Rapper Eminem is inviting Facebook users to prove how "bad" or "evil" they can be with his new Facebook game.

The game , titled "Bad Meets Evil," is described as "a violent, sadistic, and brutal virtual world inspired by rap duo Bad Meets Evil."

In the game users "roam about a depraved virtual wasteland of Detroit populated with society's seedy outcasts, complete sinister missions, and engage in bloody, brutal battles to prove just how Bad or Evil they are."

The ultimate goal is to reach hell.

The game, Mashable reported, coincides with the recently released EP titled "Hell: The Sequel" that Eminem released with his hip-hop duo side project that includes Royce Da 5'9.

The aim of the game is pretty much to prove you're evil enough for a trip to hell. Users choose an avatar, gain points by watching music videos and interviews or spending Facebook credits and use those points to buy weapons. They then use the weapons to kill their friends.

AOL's Games blog stated players search for skulls, which is the game's primary currency. This increases their energy level and gives them access to cash with which to use to buy new weapons and gear that they can use to kill their friends and random computer-controlled characters.

To win that one-way trip to hell, the ElectricPig tech blog stated, players have to kill as many of their Facebook friends as possible while listening to tracks from the record.

As well as releasing Facebook games, Eminem is also breaking records as his "Recovery" becomes the first album to sell one million downloads.

Rolling Stone magazine reported that his seventh album has sold more than a million digital copies, making up about a quarter of its overall 3.9 million sales.

The album, the best-selling record of 2010, includes the hits "Love the Way You Lie" and "Not Afraid."

MTV News said that makes Eminem the first artist to reach a million digital sales of an LP in the United States.

It's not his only recent milestone as "Hell: The Sequel" reached No.1 about a week ago, making it the first time in the last five years that an artist has had two No. 1 albums within a 12-month period, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.[
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