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8.1 out of 10

Bully: Scholarship Edition

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Overall 8
8.0

Fun game similar to gta

rose new, Amazon
31 July 2014
  • Summary: This game is fun. I'm a 23 yr old female and I enjoy it. Similar to grand thirst auto but easier, I can actually complete the challenges
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Overall 8
8.0

Four Stars

Michael rice, Amazon
29 July 2014
Overall 8
8.0

Old School Fun vs. Grand Theft Auto

APRoush "Aaron NM", Amazon
21 December 2013
  • Summary: This is a great game. Not quite as open as Grand Theft Auto, a little more linear, but still you can pretty much control which way you want to take the game. If you like Grand Theft Auto you should really like this game. The one really nice thing is you don't spend so much time just driving around like in GTA. The game isn't super long which means you don't really get bored of stuff and it's about perfect in length.
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Overall 8
8.0

Gave as gift... it was a big ...

cajunlady710, Amazon
2 February 2013
Overall 8
8.0

B a Bully

Leandro Tavares, Amazon
27 June 2011
  • Summary: It's a great game. One of the coolest PS2 have, and this version brings new features that enhance the experience of being a bully without traumatazing the lives of real kids.
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Overall 8
8.0

This scholarship edition rocks!

BX Lounger, Amazon
4 January 2011
  • Summary: Rockstar Games originally released Bully for the PS2 and it was a surprise hit. Later on, they decided to release this game with extra content not found in the PS2 version. Dubbed "Bully: Scholarship Edition", it was released on the Wii, where you play as 15 year old Jimmy Hopkins. Jimmy comes from a well off family and is placed into a boarding school in the hopes that he stops being a mischievous kid.
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Overall 8
8.0

Interesting game

C. Gemon "jade", Amazon
26 July 2010
  • Summary: This game is different from the usual car racing, fighting, etc. It requires thought and decision making. I found myself sitting with my nephew as he played it. I offered advice on strategic moves etc and I started really getting into the story line. I have not played it myself but it seems simple enough. I like this one!
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Overall 8
8.0

Think "GTA: Teen Edition"

Amazon Customer, Amazon
30 November 2009
  • Summary: I've played a lot of great Wii games before (Mario Galaxy, Zelda, etc...), but I've gotta say, I've yet to have as much fun as I've had with this one. The easiest comparison I can make to any other game I've played like this is GTA (coincidentally also by Rockstar). Only instead of violently murdering hookers on the side of the road, you're slingshotting bullies for other kids. Now thats not to say that this game is for little kids--there is frequent usage of "the B.
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Overall 8
8.0

One of the Good Wii Titles

Watermelon Meow Meow, Amazon
28 April 2009
  • Summary: I got a Wii for Xmas and after completing Okami, my next task was Bully. I've tried out a few games for the Wii, but so far haven't really been all that impressed. At first I wasn't sure how I felt about this game either - it took me one chapter (there are 5 main chapters with a 6th follow up chapter) to really get into the game. But after chapter 1, I was hooked, line and sinker.
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Overall 8
8.0

AWESOMENESS

Jason Necros "Now stimulating N-methyl-D-aspa..., Amazon
31 December 2008
  • Summary: Bully is sooo fun. I bought this game and I wasn't at all dissapointed. The missions keep you occupied and are very interesting. Without the missions it still is fun. You can go to town and buy stuff and to tasks for other people. And for parents who think Bully will inspire people to shoot others it really doesn't. There is no blood no guns and nobody dies at all. Sure you can beat up other people but after about 5 seconds they recover and go about their merry way.
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