The idea behind Doritos Roulette is roughly the same idea as putting one bullet in the chamber of a revolver, spinning it, putting the barrel in your mouth and pulling the trigger.
Here's a simple question. Do you know what nacho cheese is? As it turns out, whatever it is that you use to define "nacho cheese" is probably wrong.
Mountain Dew. Doritos. Noscopes. Sonic. Game of the Year (aka 420BLAZEIT) by Andy Sum has all this and more.
Nobody asked for this. Nobody.
Earlier this year Snacktaku reviewed the three mystery flavors released for the Doritos Jacked line of corn chips. Now the names are officially revealed, and my favorite is retired in favor of my next screen name, "Spicy Street Taco".
Because there's nothing better than eating food blind, Frito-Lay has sprung a trio of mystery Doritos Jacked flavors on the public, challenging us to be purchaser, taster and executioner. I have tasted all three, and I know which two deserve to die.
This weekend I was shopping for snacks. I picked up a bag of corn soup-flavored "Gourmet" Doritos. But that's only the tip of the iceberg.
A new flavor of Mountain Dew Game Fuel, a shiny bag of Doritos and a card explaining what these things have to do with the Xbox One arrived on my doorstep bright and early this morning, so I made a video and drank some soda. For you.
It wasn't always like this. I used to like Cheetos—adore them, really—as a kid. But kid Patricia also liked Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles and Donkey Kong 64, so clearly I was a stupid kid.
Oh taco, sweet taco — in terms of pure convenience there is no finer food. Savory meat, vegetables and spice wrapped lovingly in corn or flour, the taco's greatest strength is the edible container you hold in your hand. From the finest restaurants, the shadiest street vendor or a fast food chain that's been…
Snack enthusiasts will have a powerful advantage over their non-snacking multiplayer rivals in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, thanks to Doritos and Mountain Dew's "Rank Up Your Game" scheme. It turns the consumption of nacho cheese flavored chips and carbonated beverages into cold, hard experience points—twice as…
Orange-stained fingers around the world were clenched in grief last week, when the legendary marketing man credited with the creation of Doritos passed away. But take heart, snack fans; Arch West is taking his cheese powder-infused tortilla chips with him on his eternal journey.
Following a breakout rookie year, "Stadium Nacho," the Madden NFL Dorito flavor, returns for a sophomore campaign on grocery shelves. There's free stuff in the bag, too.
Hold your manhoods cheap, guys. Doritos, of all fuckin' things, surveyed girl gamers and found that they're more likely to get off on video games—worse yet, Facebook video games—than doing it with you.
The voting is over and Doritos Crash Course comes out ahead of Harm's Way as the winner of the 2010 Doritos Unlock Xbox Challenge, earning Jill Robertson of Raleigh, North Carolina $50,000.
This year's Unlock Xbox contest has come down to two Doritos brand-inspired Xbox Live Arcade games: Doritos Crash Course and Harms Way. Which should win? Download the games for free today and cast your vote.
Last week, Madden NFL 11 slipped in a 3D presentation mode through a promotion with Doritos. It's the old-school red-and-blue 3D, and if it's not entirely free, it only costs a bag of chips. Is it worth even that?
I am to be congratulated, it seems.
Madden NFL 11 strives to make your football video game experience "simpler, quicker, deeper." Not sure what dedicated Dorito support can add to this - maybe "more stoned?" - but two flavors "inspired" by the game have hit store shelves.