Summary: As a college student with little disposable income, I rarely buy video games in general, let alone when they're shiny and new. But with Bully I was enticed by the intelligent dialogue and the interesting concept I found in the trailers, and I bought it days after its release. I deeply regret wasting my money like that. While most of the best dialogue is in the trailers, that aspect of the game is still reasonably fresh and entertaining.
Summary: "Bully" is a game that can at times be pretty fun to play, but there are certainly times when it is not difficult to feel guilty for playing it. I would strongly advise anyone against placing this game into the hands of the impressionable or impressionable bullied teenagers in their lives. This game perpetuates hate and stereotypes on many different levels. The game's protagonist Jimmy is a far cry from a hero or even a good kid.