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Tuesday, 16 December 2008 05:58

Dash of Destruction to be XBL freebie

Written by David Stellmack

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Doritos promotion winner to release Wednesday


When it comes to Xbox Live Arcade these days, with all of the exciting titles to choose from it can cost you a small fortune quite quickly. Imagine the excitement when we found out the winner of the recent Doritos promotion would be released for free this Wednesday!

Yes, that’s right: Doritos’ Dash of Destruction that was developed by NinjaBee will be available for download at no charge starting this Wednesday. For those that don’t know, Dash of Destruction is a racing game that allows the player to try to escape from dinosaurs that are chasing you.

The game will offer several modes of play and should make a welcomed holiday gift for an Xbox 360 owner; and the best part is that it will not cost any points to download. Given the tie in for Doritos, I guess that is going far enough, but for free it is worth checking out.

Last modified on Wednesday, 17 December 2008 04:04

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