Conclusion: Sneak King is easily the worst of the trio of games, and functions best as a marketing tool, despite the fact that it tries hard to be taken seriously. Gamers probably will be done with the title before they discover any of the bugs that pop up. Maybe it’s best to think of the monotony as a blessing in disguise.
Conclusion: So with that being said unless your The King himself this is more of a nightmare than a fantasy but at the same time this game should be pretty cheap for a full 200 arcade points. This game must be bought at a retail store although its an arcade game it isn't for download. So if you play this game and your stomach starts to turn a meal from Burger King may fix your problem unless The King delivers it to you then your in trouble.
Excerpt: It's been a while, but it was inevitable that the mega-giants of the fast-food industry would dip their toes back into the booming video game market. Although their efforts at controlling the hearts and stomachs of America's gamers have recently been limited to in-game advertising, Burger King has taken it a step further and produced three separate pieces of actual software.
Excerpt: I never thought I’d live to see the day that Burger King made an Xbox 360 game. Even more surprising, they made a halfway decent one in the form of Sneak King . The premise of Sneak King is pretty simple. You’re the King and your job is to deliver food to those who are hungry. When someone is hungry, an icon will display over their head. This icon will change depending on how hungry they are.
Excerpt: Name: Sneak King Genre: …stealth? Platform: Xbox360 and Xbox The gaming community laughed when Burger King announced they were going to develop video games. We chuckled when they announced the three different titles, and we, dare I say, chortled at the thought of them ever selling well.