The following day, a new image of Eminem was spread across various music blogs, showing the iconic Em's face in jeweled glasses and a crown, and he was featured as a playable character in Electronic Arts' 2013 NBA Live video game. However, this approach appeared to be a mistake as the rapper's credibility was damaged, since James Lipton talked on the radio about the incident, and that one of the most promising musicians of all time had been faked. Vice Sports ran a piece detailing how stung.  The same day, several websites began reporting that the title of the album was likely to be\"The Marshall Mathers LP 2\".
According to various media outlets, Eminem's 13th album, titled Recovery, was originally scheduled to be released on November 23, 2013. On November 20, 2013, the title was announced to be title will be released on January 14, 2014. However, several congratulatory messages appeared on Twitter reading, \"Bye bye Recovery,\" which led fans to believe that Eminem's ninth studio album would not be released on the expected date. Eminem's ninth studio album, Recovery, was never officially released. The album's name was chosen from suggestions submitted by fans on a website. On March 25, 2014, Eminem revealed via Twitter that he would release a new album the following month.
Eminem's third video game (M@) was released on November 5, 2013, for PC, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 through Xbox Live Arcade. It is a futuristic racer set inside a twisted, dystopian world, where riders race down genetically engineered tracks while dodging cybernetic cops with a purpose to uncover and exterminate enemy dirtballs.  7211a4ac4a