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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 660d ago | review

Way of the Dogg Review | D+PAD Magazine

D+PAD Writes:

Lest we all forget, it has been the prerogative of club-dweller and professional waterboy 50 Cent to demonstrate the effectiveness of boosting a rap sensation’s cosmic ego within the videogame space. Curtis’ main releases, the dreadfully-cobbled Bulletproof and tolerably hilarious Blood on the Sand, made damn sure to put the man himself at the very forefront of all the shoot-bang action. This, would you believe it, is where Snoop Dogg/Lion takes a left turn — in rhythm-action game Way of the Dogg, the West Coast superstar and recent prodigy of Rastafarianism props himself up as an enlightened kung-fu master and mentor. Okay, so humility and hip-hop don’t always mix, but does this Elite Beat Agents copycat at least make for a worthwhile rhythmic ride? Well, no, not really. (Way of the Dogg, Xbox 360) 1.5/5

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