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Submitted by FuzzyPixels 2056d ago | review

Dealspwn: Naughty Bear Review

Dealspwn's Matt Gardner writes...

'The Short Version: This is a game with vast potential – an excellent premise, some lovely presentation, an addictive scoring system to keep you occupied, and some seriously dark humour. Unfortunately these things are tempered with a lack of variety, limited and rehashed gameplay features and a feeling of repetition that sets in far too quickly because of it. Taken in small bursts, Naughty Bear is a fun, madcap barrage of sadistic delights. But it’s not too long before it reveals itself as a disappointingly shallow game that feels far more suited to XBL and PSN than a full release.' (505 Games, Naughty Bear, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

dizzleK  +   2056d ago
i doubt there's anyone who will be surprised by this. i got whiffs of novelty "gimmick" games like fairytale fights the second i laid eyes on this, though this does seem to be a bit better.

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