Summary: Of all the games I never expected to get a sequel, Naughty Bear was pretty high on the list. Not only was it a bottom-shelf title from a studio not exactly known for its long-running franchises, it was pretty underwhelming. A below-average game that everybody expected to be a below-average game.
Excerpt: I felt physically sick after walking away from my first session with Naughty Bear. That wasn't, as you might expect, down to the harsh nature of the in-game bear-on-bear violence, which depicts a psychotic stuffed toy breaking necks and stabbing friendly teddies through their chests.
Conclusion: Had the core gameplay been better polished then Naughty Bear would have been able to get away with having only a few solitary environments to explore, but as it stands it's a hell of a lot of fun for a couple of hours, but that's your lot.
Summary: Naughty Bear is a cheeky action game featuring a unique blend of comic mischief and astonishingly bad behavior. You take on the role of Naughty Bear, a bear driven to seek vengeance after the other bears don’t invite him to the big birthday party, and is now hell bent on manipulating and terrorizing...
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is As I write this review, I am considering forever leaving the gaming world. Wondering why? Let’s just say that it had a little something to do with the abomination called Naughty Bear.
Excerpt: Through sneaking, sabotage, traps, and classic videogame ultra-violence, Naughty wreaks his terrible vengeance upon a town full of irresistibly soft targets. It's a cute concept, if a little bit sick, but it turns out this bear some serious issues aside from being a complete sociopath.