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: and started checking out some video installments of the maliciously hilarious “Book of Naughty,” I was quite enthusiastic about it. It was sort of like stomping on fuzzy childhood memories but there was a sadistically gleeful side of me that desperately wanted to beat the stuffing out of roving toy...
Excerpt: For the last few months, in part thanks to our very own Craig Snow (I have to blame somebody else), I’ve been rather excited for Naughty Bear . I find the false innocence in brutally violent games – such as Fat Princess -- rather amusing.
Excerpt: I was looking forward to getting my hands on Naughty Bear (I mean the game before someone suggests I’m referring to same sort of sex toy). The trailers were humorous, the premise sounded fun and fairly original. Unfortunately I’ve been here before with Fairytale Fights and that didn’t end too well.
Conclusion: Given enough due diligence, this game could've been a cross between Metal Gear Solid and The Club, as directed by a young Tim Burton. Yet it's condemned by its middling production values and haphazard, buggy implementation. Squint, and you can see its potential.