Conclusion: The saving grace of The Way of the Dogg, by far, is the music. Listening to classic Snoop is never a bad thing and the music selection is really quite good. I was happy to hear Deathrow Snoop when I started up the game rather than the new Snoop Lion stuff.
Conclusion: With a little more love, Way of the Dogg could have be a pretty cool rhythm game. Even if its framework is a silly attempt to pasteurise Snoop’s waning branded image and cultural relevance, the basic pitch is still solid and curiously inspired.
Excerpt: Considering his storied career and many indelible hits, it makes perfect sense for Snoop Dogg — or Snoop Lion, circa his current reggae phase — to headline a music game. What’s surprising about Way of the Dogg , however, is that it’s such a haphazardly constructed rhythm experience.