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Xbox Live Arcade Has Another Free Doritos Game Today

Posted on Wednesday, May 8 @ 15:30:00 PST by

Doritos Crash Course released for free last time Doritos and Microsoft wanted to sell you Doritos chips, but with the success of Doritos Locos Tacos, Microsoft wanted another shot at that sweet corn chip cash. This time you can grab Doritos Crash Course 2 for free. Like its prequel, Crash Course 2 plays like a 2D Wipeout-style platformer, but without any of the crap that gets all over your fingers... unless your controller is already covered in that stuff, pig.

That's right folks! Free! All you need to do is download the game, play it, and unlock a few free achievements... or not, I mean you don't HAVE to play the game, but you can. The idea is that you'll maybe get the feeling I have where an entire bag of Doritos has to be finished or someone dies. It's like that classic rhyme.

"Step on a crack, break your mother's back. Don't finish the bag, your Xbox Live will suffer lag..." or something like that. It's free. Do you need to know more?
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Tags:   XBLA, Xbox 360

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