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Way of the Dogg is out today on XBLA

11:00 AM on 05.03.2013

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

Join the journey from Dogg to Lion

All ya'll hustlaz, Snoop Dogg Corggi Lion is about to show you the Way. His game, Way of the Dogg, is available now on Xbox Live Arcade, priced at 800 Microsoft points. It's coming to the PlayStation Network soon.

The game takes Kung Fu and Snoop Dogg songs and blends them in what they call beat matching combat to make for a pretty unique rhythm game. You'll input commands to classics like "Who am I" and Pump Pump" while fighting one-on-one. 

“I’ve always dug old school Kung Fu movies,” said Snoop Dogg. “Growing up in the hood, me and the homies used to hit the Palace Theater in Long Beach to watch the double feature Kung Fu flicks and come out of the theater play fighting each other, making those old school sound effects. I wanted Way of the Dogg to pay tribute to that feeling and bring that same excitement, fused with my music, to the game.”


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2:00 PM on 05.04.2013
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