Sneak King is a stealth game developed by Blitz Games and it was released on Xbox and Xbox 360. It was one of the three promotional games sold with value meals at Burger King, the other games being Big Bumpin' and PocketBike Racer.
Despite the game being released for both the original Xbox and Xbox 360, there is only one version of the game disc, and it can be played on both the Xbox and Xbox 360.
Players take control of Burger King's mascot The King, in a stealth food-delivery themed game that spans four unique levels based on Burger King's own commercial advertisements.
Why It Sucks
- Incredibly repetitive, even by Burger King game standards. All four levels are basically the same and they always have 20 missions, most of which are just sneaking to a person and giving them a Burger King meal followed by the King doing a dance that lasts about 10 seconds.
- Poorly integrated title screen: you can clearly see that they used a live-action shot of The King holding a plate that has a note that reads "Sneak King".
- The dialogue and its box are white, making it hard to read the text.
- There are only three options.
- Ugly outdated graphics that often reuses character models, that also look like something out of an early PlayStation 2 game.
- Somewhat unfair AI: the person can sometimes spin a full 360 at The King with no warning.
- Much like PocketBike Racer, you can get achievements out of nowhere and also like PocketBike Racer, you can only get up to twelve achievements and 200 gamerscore.
- If you get caught, you have to start that mission all over again.
- If you fail a mission, The King will do this "I can't believe it" taunt that lasts for eight seconds.
- Game-breaking bugs that can cause to game to be a bit unfair at times.
- The soundtrack is admittedly decent.
- The source material is fair.
- It has a unique concept.
- The fact that they were able to store two seperate versions of the game on one disk is impressive.