10°
Submitted by TheAmericnDream 1461d ago | review

Gaming Target | A World of Keflings review

A World of Keflings continues the time-honored video game tradition of pretty much doing anything anybody asks you to do for them. It could be as simple as going and grabbing something for somebody else, or it could be as complicated as building an entire kingdom, complete with a castle. When it comes to video games, we as gamers will do almost any favor, for anyone -- as long as there is at least a small reward. This is what A World of Keflings is all about. Doing favors for people. (A World of Keflings, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Last Remaining Words With Friends Player Still Sending Game Invites

8m ago - Video Games Made Me Do It: "Dan Quinn, 27, of Milwaukie, Oregon is still enthusiastically and unr... | Culture
30°

Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star Review - Gaming Nexus

1h ago - From the review: "Ar Nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star is the product of a team that's got a great t... | PS3
40°

Scott’s Game of the Year Nomination

1h ago - Tickles - "2014 has been an interesting year for the gaming community but it has lacked any stand... | PC
30°

The Talos Principle Review: (Meta)Physics Puzzler | GameFront

1h ago - GameFront: It’s a game about stepping into rooms and solving problems and wondering what the p... | PC
Ad

Win a PS4!!

Now - Join us on Filmwatch to find out how you can win a free PS4 this holiday season! | Promoted post
30°

Switch Galaxy Ultra Review (PS4/PS Vita) - punkandlizard

1h ago - Blondlizard writes for P&L:"Slick and flawless, Switch Galaxy Ultra is simplicity and genius roll... | PS4