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NaughtyBear is a grisly psychopath slicing a path of manipulation and terror across a cartoon world of
otherwise blissful teddy bears on the Island of Perfection. The other bears have gotten away with
blaming NaughtyBear for everything that has gone wrong on the island—until now. NaughtyBear tells the
tale of one demented teddy bear’s ruthless efforts to torment and harass the inhabitants of the Island of
Perfection. Gamers will engage in sadistic scuffles with hapless stuffed animals from all corners of the
toy box, waging psychological warfare on unsuspecting victims. Hell-bent on exacting revenge against
everything cute and fluffy, NaughtyBear will be available on the PlayStation®3 and Xbox 360™ video
game and entertainment system from Microsoft on June 29, 2010.

Key Features:

Saturday Morning Storyline Gone Wrong: Features a unique blend of comic mischief and syrupy
cuteness juxtaposed with over-the-top cartoon violence.

Encounter Bigger, Badder Bears: As the game progresses, the innocent, law-abiding bears that
cross NaughtyBear’s path get more difficult to overcome, with unique characteristics and weaponry
encountered at every level

Wreak Havoc on the Teddy Bears’ Picnic: Players create mass chaos and collect “Naughty
Points” by unleashing an arsenal of attacks using a variety of brutal weapons and strategizing the
demise of Naughty Bear’s cute and cuddly enemies

An Entire Island of Mischief to Unlock: The debauchery transpires on a large island divided into
four different areas, locked or unlocked depending on the level and skill of each gamer. There are
a total of 28 levels to unlock by obtaining top scores and achievements as gamers move through
the island and destroy each stuffing-filled foe that crosses their path

You’ll Never Tire of Being Naughty: NaughtyBear lets loose a large range of objectives and
obstacles at different times of the day and in different weather with a diverse cast of characters.

Gameplay changes every time, with a large selection of unique ways to cause naughtiness
throughout the island, ensuring endless replayability.

Boast to the other Bears: Gamers can compete in a range of hilarious multiplayer games and see
how their naughtiness levels stack up against others, as they earn a number of achievements and
trophies

Find All the Locked Away Fun: Gamers can collect all the hidden party items locked away by the
other bears and search the game world for bear uniforms that will give Naughty Bear special
powers and upgrades
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