Summary: I initially got this game for myself bcuz it was recommended by a few fellow gamers. Instead, my boyfriend has been nonstop playing this bcuz he finds so much entertainment in torturing other teddy bears. So now, I might have to buy another copy just to get my turn to play. This is one of those games you're probably gonna wanna play once the kiddies have gone to bed, just bcuz of how much fun you'd have causing havoc on teddy bears. Lol.
Summary: The game is a cute concept, but quickly turns repetitive. It's the type of game I'll play for a few hours when I first get it, but then put away and forget about. It's not bad by any means, just not attention holding.
Summary: I'd say the MINIMUM age for players of this game would be 13. You're basically a serial-killer bear and murder your victims in myriad gruesome ways (although there isn't blood - since they're teddy bears the blood is replaced with stuffing). Naughty Bear is an outcast and not included in the other teddy bear's activities (gee, I wonder why) so seeks revenge on them. The British accent voice-over can get a bit annoying and repetitive but after awhile you just ignore it.
Summary: It's a cute and fun game once you get the hang of it and all.especially the part when you go and chase cute colorful teddy bears and hack them up.yes there are parts that got on my nerves because I also wanted to love this game,but only grew to like it.the worst part in this game is the repeated levels?!
Summary: This rating has nothing to do with the shipping or company I received the game from. The game was new in the wrapping when I got it. However the game itself Is glitchy, freezing in the middle of missions and occasionally so badly that I have to completely restart my ps3. The missions are repetitive and occasionally dull, like a 'no hit' objective where if you hit one of the bears attacking you, you automatically fail the mission. Overall not quite what I was hoping for.
Summary: I rented this game at Family Video because I had seen it for years and wondered what it was all about. I can tell you that I didn't regret it. Honestly, though, I don't think it is for everyone. What I love about it is the concept. What I originally didn't like was having to replay levels over and over to win trophies to unlock new levels. There are some levels that I don't ever want to replay, but there are others that are my favorite.
Summary: So, the general idea of this will appeal to the sick-sense-of-humored that make a up a good chunk of the video gaming populous. You play a teddy bear in a jolly land of teddy bears. Only your character gets picked on and rejected for being "Naughty" (although, for the most part it would seem the other bears are all pretty much a--holes, so...).
Summary: Early Christmas gift. Ok... Its really off the wall violent but that's what Naughty Bear is... and my son knows not to get out of line with me! I monitor him when playing and after... He's 15. I would think this might excite a few people. You have to know Naughty Bear is very violent mixed with cute. Its sick but I love playing it with my son. I think because of the whole cute factor throws it into a weird category but like I said if you like Naughty Bear it rocks.