IGN reviews Sneak King for the Xbox 360, “one in a series of three promotional games being put out by Burger King and Microsoft — available from November 19-December 24 and can be bought for $3.99 USD with the purchase of a value meal.” Video review after the jump.

It’s hard to say that Sneak King isn’t worth picking up. At less than four dollars, it’s cheaper than every Xbox Live Arcade game. It certainly isn’t a deep game. In fact, after a weekend you’ll probably be done with it for good. Even so, the hilarity of watching the King creep around and then cap off a crazy dance by handing over some sort of food is worth it and you pretty much have to own it just so you can say that you do

[via IGN]

IGN reviews Sneak King for the Xbox 360, “one in a series of three promotional games being put out by Burger King and Microsoft — available from November 19-December 24 and can be bought for $3.99 USD with the purchase of a value meal.” Video review after the jump.

It’s hard to say that Sneak King isn’t worth picking up. At less than four dollars, it’s cheaper than every Xbox Live Arcade game. It certainly isn’t a deep game. In fact, after a weekend you’ll probably be done with it for good. Even so, the hilarity of watching the King creep around and then cap off a crazy dance by handing over some sort of food is worth it and you pretty much have to own it just so you can say that you do

[via IGN]