Excerpt: This game by Rockstar is for over 16 year olds. It is set in a school, so you would think it would be aimed at children, but due to the violence, bullying and bad language it isn't really suitable for kids. There are a lot of elements to the game and a lot to do so I will try to cover the main aspects of the game without going into too much detail.
Pros: Lots to do, lasts a long time
Cons: Can get a bit boring after a while, poor multiplayer, no online play
Excerpt: I played this games for hours and I must say that I enjoy every bit of it. There might not be a GTA (Grand Theft Auto) game on the Wii, but Bully: Scholarship Edition is here to fill in the gap -for most parts-. Sandbox games are not numerous on the Wii, so having such a game is a delight. Of course, it is not a GTA. You are not controlling a gangster; but a rebellious teenager. Thus, the tone and the mission are different. not as violent as in GTA.
Pros: Great longevity, Interesting story; Good sound
Cons: Control inaccurate at times, Multiplayer not worth it
Excerpt: I have the game and i love it. It's the type of game where you'll discover something new you can do every time you play. Not only is the Story Mode packed with great missions, theres also two mini player games that are also a lot of fun. If you've bought the original Bully and you're thinking 'is Scholarship Edition more of the same?' the answer is it's not. There are 8 New Missions, 4 New Classes, 4 New Characters & New Rewards.
Pros: Good Value for Money, User - Friendly & Relatively Long Story Mode .
Fantastic Miss Fox "Fantastic Miss Fox", amazon.co.uk
28 March 2010
Summary: Id like to say at the start that Bully is a pretty good and amusing game but it has problems. The good: Story: Mums just dumped you in the toughest most crooked private school to get rid of you for awhile. Here you will be befriended by all the wrong people, namely a Ritalin jumped up brat who sees your sloping forehead and knuckles dragging along the ground and thinks your be easily manipulated brawn for his brains (the truth is hes right, your not the sharpest pencil...
Excerpt: Bully: Scholarship Edition for the Nintendo Wii is a welcomed adult category game for the small sweet often dubbed "kiddie" consol and is an incredibly addictive game. I always love massive world type map which you can wander around similarly to the Gran Theft Auto series, also By Bully creators- Rockstar. Rockstar usually being a X-box and PS3 exclusive game producer.
Pros: Detail and great gameplay along with many mini - games
Excerpt: In the mid 1980s, I can remember a game called 'Skool Dayz' which I played on a ZX Spectrum. For a couple of weeks, I was distracted from Jet Set Willy by this blend of comedy and ultraviolence. Your character walked around a two dimensional environment, trying to steal things, knock teachers over with a catapult, avoid getting punishments and kiss girls. Step forward in time twenty years and Bully arrives on the Wii.
Excerpt: Game Introduction To sum it all up - Jimmy Hopkins, a 15 year old boy who has been expelled from a lot of different schools, has been sent to Bullworth Academy by his mother and step dad - who are going on a cruise for a year. So Jimmy is left all alone in a new school. Then, after only being in there for five minutes gets bullied by Bullies. And, supposing that the player will win the quick fight - gets sent to the Boys Dorm shortly afterwards.
Pros: Massive game . Tons of things to do . Just like Grand Theft Auto !
Cons: Well . . . maybe some more Multiplayer features would of been nice . . .