Pirates lay siege to the Island of Perfection in the upcoming Chapter 9 downloadable content for 505 Games' killer plushie simulator Naughty Bear. And so the circle is complete.
Who could possibly want to hurt something as glorious as a cross between a unicorn and a plush teddy bear? Oh yeah, that guy.
In the second installment of The Book of Naughty, our favorite vengeful stuffed animal killer makes his victim a cake as fast as he can.
Naughty Bear's true colors come Shining through in the box art for Artificial Mind & Movement's teddy bear murder simulator.
If this clip of Naughty Bear relentlessly pursuing his whimpering prey with a shotgun featured humans instead of stuffed animals there would almost certainly be some sort of public outcry.
Not even disco dancing teddy bears can save this batch of Naughty Bear screens from being just as disturbing as the trailer we posted yesterday.
A disheveled teddy bear casually wielding a machete is exactly the sort of thing I used to have nightmares about as a small child.
I once wanted to work at a Build-A-Bear store in the mall so that I could be surrounded by fluffy teddy bears all day. Instead, I work in video games journalism, where fluffy teddy bears are murderous beasts.
After a brief delay following our last release announcement for Artificial Mind & Movement's kung fu beat-em-up, Revenge of the Wounded Dragons is finally hitting the North American PlayStation Store this week, we hope.
WET hopes to be the best of Tarantino, of John Woo: All Crazy 88s, bullet ballets, death in a tight leather suit that flips and spins as she tears through screen after screen of enemies.