Your the best critic in the world. It's so awesome that you actually reviewed these. God I wish I had an Xbox now.
Yeah, I'm with the previous poster on this, is it worth the dough or a pass?
also in sneak king, (sorry, for becoming a typo whore), you left out the word you.
The missions become trickier as you progress, and it can get pretty intense as you attempt to deliver a certain number of sandwiches within a short time limit.
are those BK games an American affair only? Or are they available at European BK too?
You know, if you still need someone to proof your reviews, I am a professional writing tutor and would work for free.
By the way, as a poor person I must point out, $12 doesn't sound like much, but for only $19.99 - a $6.99 difference - you can purchase dozens of reduced GBA/DS/PS2/Xbox games that are way way way way WAYYYY better than these, and as a classic game collector I have over a hundred games I can think of that were $4 or less and far superior. The only big reason to get these BK games is that , like most promtionals, they will likely be scarce and valuable one day (Chase the Chuckwagon anyone?)
Question, though... the games were released under "King Games". Now that they actually paid for these games to be made and have an established label, do you think they might use it to many more games in the future? It's always a possibility; these were wildly successful.