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Naughty Bear

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Naughty Bear

Also known as: Naughty Bear Gold Edition
Developer: Artificial Mind and Movement[1]
Publisher: 505 Games[1]
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Released in US: June 29, 2010
Released in EU: June 25, 2010

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Naughty Bear seeks revenge on others when he isn't invited to a birthday party by massacring the other bears in the most brutal ways possible, with janky controls to earn "naughty points" — reviewers weren't too enthralled by the opportunity.


Naughty Bear Gold Edition Changes
Oh my GOLD!.
Placeholder Voice lines
Tons of placeholder lines.

Unused Audio


The filename suggests this is audio from a cutscene that was entirely removed from the game. It's incredibly hard to tell what this audio is actually supposed to be however.


Some nice ambient sound of just crickets

Dragging Corpses

fv_dav_dropcorpse1_3 suggest that the ability to drag/drop dead bodies like in Hitman was once considered.

Unused Music


An incredibly creepy sounding tune supposedly meant for Episode 1.




Some creepy songs that were supposed to play in multiplayer.

Scrapped Shotgun Weapon

A Shotgun was planned to be usable as a weapon at one point, and was showcased in a trailer. Sound files remain, and it seems like the weapon had to be manually reloaded instead of having a set amount of rounds before having to discard the weapon unlike most of the other firearms.


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