By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated May 14, 2003 01:00 PM

It looks like Eminem will be coming to a PlayStation near you.

On Wednesday, the rapper is expected to release his first video game from Conspiracy Entertainment, “Mix TV Presents: Eminem,” at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, says the Hollywood Reporter.

The game features four music videos, including “My Name Is” and “The Real Slim Shady,” as well as bonus features and interactive elements starring Eminem, reports the trade paper.

Two versions of “Mix TV Presents: Eminem” will actually exist: a teen-rated one that will also work for radio stations, and an uncut version for mature audience. The game is scheduled to ship in early summer on PlayStation One and PC, with a suggested retail price of $14.99.

According to the Reporter, one or two people can play either in tandem or against one another. The goal is to unscramble puzzles formed from the game’s four videos before the end of the song.

In addition to this initial game, the Santa Monica-based Conspiracy is working with the Grammy and Oscar winner to develop the first next-generation video game — which, says a Conspiracy spokesman, may include turning “The Slim Shady Show” animated cartoon into a 3-D action video game by Christmas of 2004.