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From: Stafford, VA
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|Okay, I thought the premise of a game where you sneak around handing out cheeseburgers was hilarious. So when I got lunch today at Burger King, I picked it up.|
I won't complain too much about a game that cost a whopping $3.99, and is fairly time consuming. However, it does really seem like I paid $3.99 for it. It's slightly better than Superman 64.
I was wondering, has anybody picked up the other games?
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From: Bay City, OR
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|#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.81|
|I have all three, but have not yet opened them.|
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From: Saginaw, MI
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|The mini bike game is quite fun, actually. Best of the three.|
I thought the Sneak King game would be great fun, but I hate how the camera controls are backwards and it takes me out of the game.
I played the bumper car game and while mildly amusing, doesn't really have lasting play value, IMO.
I'd definately suggest picking up the mini bike game. For $3.99, you it's a hell of a fun game.
From: Indianapolis, IN; now residing in Suffolk, VA
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|#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.29|
For what it's worth, all three have been reviewed on IGN. Out of a possible 10 points, Sneak King got a 6.7, Big Bumpin' a 7, and Pocketbike Racer got a 4.5.
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