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Release Date in Malaysia
ModelBully: Scholarship Edition, Xbox 360
DateJun 2010
PlatformXbox 360
Game genreAction,Adventure
ESRB ratingT (Teen)
Language versionEnglish
DeveloperRockstar Games

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Reviewed on 2017-04-24
Bully, or as I like to call it - Grand Theft Auto Junior, made a huge splash when it was released for the PS2. Many people, including every gamer's favorite lawyer Jack Thompson, were up in arms about the prospects of what a Rockstar game targeted at a yo...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-25
Usually when a game gets ported to a superior platform, all of the flaws from the original game pop up and ruin the experience. However, when Rockstar and Mad Doc software took Bully (originally a Playstation 2 game) and brought it to the Xbox 360, the...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-27
A couple of years ago Rockstar decided to venture from the crime-ridden streets of GTA and tackle another growing social issue – bullies in school. Needless to say, that project was met with just as much skepticism, prejudice, and unjust attention b...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-21
del.icio.us | Digg This | Glink It Long before the game received a release date or was even remotely finished, Bully for the PlayStation 2 was already being attacked by everyone from parents to members of Congress. It was labeled many things - none ...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-12
Somewhere hidden amongst the controversy surrounding Rockstar's Bully is a highly entertaining game. You'd be forgiven for thinking Bully is much more than a game - something far more scandalous - but it's really just another free-roaming action title....
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Reviewed on 2008-03-10
Jimmy Hopkins is not your standard video game hero. In Bully: Scholarship Edition, he breaks a drunken schoolteacher out of an asylum, helps the lunch lady drug her date, steals panties from the girls dorm, and takes pictures of snotty kids sitting on...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-04
Inredibly Well Written, Plenty to See and Do, Interesting Characters, Controls are Excellent,
Some Nasty Glitches, Still Looks Like a PS2 Port
I feel ashamed. I am one of the various people who simply passed up on Rockstar’s Bully when it released back in 2006, for mostly the same reason as everyone else. Now that I have had time to come to terms with my next-gen consoles Rockstar has found i...
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Reviewed on 2008-03-04
Engaging gameplay and storytelling; stunning soundtrack.
Dated visuals; stuttery frame-rate; passable multiplayer.
Bully: Scholarship Edition is a re-release of one of the best PlayStation 2 games of 2006. Disappointingly, not everything went smoothly in the transition to the Xbox 360. What the game has gained in a year of graphical polish and mild renovation it h...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-29
When Bully arrived on PlayStation 2 a year-and-a-half ago, quite a number of people ignored it. After all, the next generation of gaming had begun. So it is likely that the majority of 360 owners never gave Rockstars open-world angst-ridden game a sho...
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Reviewed on 2008-01-16
Rockstar Games is best known for the Grand Theft Auto series, but as many PS2 owners know, there is another open-world gem in its catalogue. Bully came during the waning months of the PS2, but still sold nearly 2 million copies. Still, many Xbox 360 ow...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-14
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Reviewed on 2008-03-07
Fantastic gameplay, lengthy single player mode, hilarious situations
Underwhelming presentation, imprecise controls The Final Word The games controls were frustrating, which is disappointing because Bully offers incredibly entertaining gameplay thats worthwhile, but the improvements that should have come with the jump......
The games controls were frustrating, which is disappointing because Bully offers incredibly entertaining gameplay thats worthwhile, but the improvements that should have come with the jump to the more powerful Xbox 360 hardware just dont pan out.
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