Never buy a game on X-box Live if it was made by NinjaBee. Let me explain.
First we travel back to 2008 when NinjaBee’s “A Kingdom for Keflings” was released over X-Box Live. While the game was fun and relaxing to play a major bug halted any progress for me about halfway through the game. I looked for a solution to the problem on the NinjaBee forum and while they were aware of it they didn’t have any answers for it. After a few days and still no solution my attention span for “AKFK” drifted away and I just chalked it up to wasting $10 on what could have been a fun X-Box Live game. However, I made a mental note to not buy another game from NinjaBee.
Fast forward to 2013 and I was in between games when I decided to browse the X-Box Live games catalogue and I saw that a sequel had been made to “A Kingdom for Keflings”. This time it was “A World of Keflings”. I remembered how much fun “A Kingdom” had been until the bug froze the game on me, and I foolishly thought the game’s developers must have worked out all the kinks from the original if they were releasing a sequel, and I also had a bunch of leftover Microsoft Points laying around, so I decided to buy “World of” and hoped for the best.
“A World of Keflings” was great and after about 10 hours or so I had played through the entire game with no problems. I was even looking forward to purchasing and playing the DLC options for the game. And this is where the shit hit the fan once again. I bought the expansion game “It Came From Outer Space” and for some reason the DLC would appear on my console but when I went to play the game it would lock on a never-ending load screen. Once again I went to the NinjaBee forums and once again they knew of the problem but didn’t have an answer for it. And once again I was screwed by NinjaBee the worst video game developer in the world.