The craziest Burger King collection we’ve ever seen


Fans of video games, pro wrestling, and fast food restaurants have gathered this month to admire one man’s true dedication and obsession. Reddit user u / nomercyvideo posted photos last week showing his collection of over 2,700 copies of Stealth king, a Burger King video game released in 2006 for Xbox 360. It turned out that u / nomercyvideo was none other than professional wrestler and stuntman Leroy Patterson.

Patterson’s photo showed copies of Sneak King stacked as high as his dresser and at least twice as deep. Every copy was in the Xbox 360’s signature green case, except for a small handle that was in the paper disc envelopes used by second-hand video game stores when the original case is missing . In the second photo, Patterson rearranged the boxes so that he could squat and pose among them. He got over 130,000 upvotes on his post, nearly 7,900 comments and a handful of trophies from other members of the r / gaming subreddit.

Sneak King was created to promote Burger King. It could be purchased for $ 3.99 at the restaurant itself – provided you also purchased a valuable meal while you were there. It featured the restaurant’s mascot, the Burger King himself, on a series of stealth missions to deliver meals to hungry customers undetected.

Stealth king could also work on the original Xbox console to maximize the audience it would reach. It had four levels with 20 challenges each and a few other features so players could get a surprising time with this inexpensive little disc. In fact, the game is considered a bigger commercial hit than the developers had hoped for, with around 2.7 million copies in circulation.

This means that Patterson’s collection, while stupendous, represents around 0.1 percent of the copies available, so he has a long way to go if he is a true completion. However, in all fairness, Patterson probably doesn’t face such competition for the game these days. Stealth king got generally poor reviews, scoring 5.8 out of 10 on GameSpot, a 6.7 out of 10 out of IGN and a 5 out of 10 on Play area.

To Patterson, it doesn’t matter. In response to questions left in the comments on Reddit, he wrote, “If they’re worth anything someday, we’re rich! If they’re worth nothing, it’s a fun story and trip! He’s had an unusual outing through a fast food chain. , it’s a fun game, and it makes me laugh! “


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