X360A Reviews: Naughty Bear & LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
Written Sunday, July 04, 2010 By Dan WebbView author's profile
Ahhhh, with the summer upon us, not only does that mean we'll be drinking Pimms by the poolside while our monkey butler, Stephen, helps us with the crossword, but it also means we'll be inundated with a plethora of the year's triple-A video games.
Of course, anyone with half a brain would know that I'm jesting... after all, our monkey butler's name is actually Frederick. But instead of Pimms by the poolside and a ton of great games, we actually find ourselves moaning that it's too hot and having to make do with a serious drought of games... again.
Aside from the upcoming Crackdown 2 (review tomorrow for that one), we turn our attention two titles that might thrive upon the lull: a family title by the name of LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and one that's been riding on a bit of a pre-release buzz mainly because of the game's concept, namely, Naughty Bear.
I hate to use the line, but, if you go down to the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise. And by big, we mean nasty. Oh who am I kidding? I loved to use that line! Until the Crackdown 2 review tomorrow then, feast your eyes upon these.