Crass action game Naughty Bear will get a downloadable PSN and XBLA follow-up called Panic in Paradise this year.
It's easy to see the funny side of Wet developer Behaviour's recent name change.
Pirate-themed downloadable content for A2M's awful kill-em-up Naughty Bear is out now.
Naughty Bear is a 12, according to PEGI.
In it, you can grill faces, eviscerate with swords, fatally electrocute, detonate with land mines and drive animals insane with fear to the point where they'll commit suicide. Thing is, you're not doing it to people, but bears - and cuddly toy ones rather than actual flesh and blood ursines, so it's presumably OK for 12-year-old kids.
It's not something I want to focus on here, and actually it's not something I'm really sure where I stand on, but it's an interesting point that changing the skins on the models which you torture and murder in games makes such a difference to the perceived emotional impact. If you're in any doubt about that, maybe read a few of the more heated responses to Modern Warfare 2's airport outing.
LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 has stupefied the UK to top the regional all-formats software chart.
If you go down to the woods today...
There's stuffing everywhere!
That bear needs to calm down.
The two lead devs behind naughty bear discuss their brainchild.
More fuzzy murder from Naughty Bear.
This teddy bear's picnic is full of surprises.
Another piece of biting satire.