Naughty Bear

Find out just how naughty courtesy of new trailer.

505 Games today released the first trailer and screenshots for the upcoming comic mischief adventure, Naughty Bear, currently being developed by Artificial Mind and Movement (A2M). The trailer gives gamers a glimpse into the troubled mind of the mischievous, misunderstood protagonist, Naughty Bear. While it is hard for those with a sound state of mind to grasp the madness of such a character, this introductory video reveals the root of his bad behavior.

Gamers will tear the stuffing out of all things cute and cuddly when Naughty Bear stalks its way onto store shelves on Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 later this year.

To download the trailer and screens, as well as additional assets and information, please visit:

AboutNaughty Bear

Naughty Bear is an action video game featuring a unique blend of comic mischief and shamefully bad behavior. Players will take on the role of Naughty Bear, a bear driven to seek vengeance after the other bears dont invite him to the big birthday party. Scorned for the last time, Naughty Bear becomes hell bent on manipulating and terrorizing the blissful bears inhabiting the Island of Perfection. Featuring an array of weapons, objects and scare tactics, gamers strive to earn Naughty Points as they inflict physical and psychological harm on Naughty Bears enemies. This all-new scare-based points system means players will win the most rewards for being deviant and maniacal. The variety allows for a completely new experience every time players pick up a controller and the ill-fated bears become more difficult to harass and terrorize as the game progresses.

Naughty Bear will be available for Xbox 360 and PlayStation3 later this year. For more information, please visit the official Web site at:

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