And now, a message from disgruntled Xbox owner Snoop Dogg.
If you play as Nasus in League of Legends, good news: you can wear a skin that turns that character into Snoop Dogg. And naturally, he can do the "Drop It Like It's Hot" dance, as well as perform weed-related moves.
If your Call of Duty experience has been feeling a little repetitive lately, you can mix it up with the newest DLC, which replaces all voiceover with Snoop Dogg saying things like "You've lost the lead man, get your shit together!" Check out some of his best lines in this video from OutsideXbox.
Wait, what? A few things. Why does this exist and why didn't this already exist? Regardless of the answers to these pressing questions, Call of Duty: Ghosts now officially has the best announcer in all of first-person shooters.
Snoop Dogg's subject matter has come a long way from his first album more than 20 years ago. Now it's 2014 and he's referencing Pokémon and side-scroller shooters in his new Snoop Lion video.
Back when we first covered the "Snoopify" app—which lets you stamp Snoop Dogg-themed stickers on personal pictures—it was hard not get stuck on just how much a digital joint sticker cost. Last night, Snoop Dogg showed off the app on Conan, and he explained why it costs so much.
Take Biz Markie’s “Just a Friend.” Change the song so that it's about Hot Pockets, and then get Snoop Dogg and Kate Upton to perform it. Add lots of pot and Minecraft references, and throw in some other cameos in there for good measure.
As mainstream video games strived to be more cinematic and as gaming emerged as a major source of entertainment revenues, it was only a matter of time until the talent from the film industry would attempt to get in on the action.
Did you know that Snoop Dogg (né ‘Snoopy’) has a game out today? It’s true! Its also doesn’t work half the time!
Disclaimer: Considering that the game is called Way of the Dogg, I'm gonna go ahead and call the rapper in question Snoop Dogg instead of Snoop Lion. Anyway, the man himself has gone ahead and made a video game, or at least lent his likeness and music to one. While it may lack the production values of that other…
Now that we had the Oscars last night, it is time to gather a list of games that enhanced their storytelling by featuring real-life actors, actresses and other celebrities—not just as voice actors, but sometimes even as the main characters.
When Lavos is in the timestream, drop him like it's hot. I believe that's what Snoop Dogg would say if he were alive today. We'll check back with him tomorrow to see if anything's changed.
Rage's Wasteland is a mean bitch. There are essentials you are going to need to survive, like TV remote controls, dirty mags, and firepower. Who better to explain that than Snoop?
And I thought our Kotaku Play Date on Halo: Reach was intense, at least we didn't try distracting each other...