Submitted by VerbalKint27 1069d ago | review

Review: Naughty Bear Panic In Paradise (This Is My Joystick)

Teddy Bears are the absolute symbol of childhood innocence. Soft, cuddly, harmless creatures stuffed with fluff and designed to be cuddled to sleep every night by a loving child, right? While that may be the case ninety-nine times in a hundred, there is always an exception to the rule and that exception goes by the name of Naughty Bear.

Naughty is the polar opposite of what you expect from a Teddy Bear, with a penchant for breaking everything he sees, scaring his kin and killing everything in sight with the aid of everything he can find. In fact, Naughty takes so much pride in torture and violence that he could be confused for the lead in the latest Tarantino movie or worse.

The Killer question is how much fun can you have with a cuddly toy? (Naughty Bear: Panic in Paradise, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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