Reviews and Problems with Bully: Scholarship Edition
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12 November 2015
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Excerpt: After falling under the radar with its late ‘06 PS2 release (and being cancelled on the original Xbox), Bully makes its debut on a Microsoft system with an expanded “Scholarship Edition” that adds four new classes to the original game’s six, alongside some new missions and clothing items.
Conclusion: All in all this feels like a project taken up by rockstar to fill the gaps between the releases of GTA and it has been delivered with the same humour and quality that any fan of that series will be accustomed to whilst still retaining some of the crazier side of games that was a little lacking in...
Conclusion: The lessons are the same as the English version, and the ones I have completed before are simple to understand if you have completed the English version. I'm not sure how easy this would be to complete if you have never played the English version, but if you have 1000 on the original, you will have...
Summary: Bully: Scholarship Edition tells the story of 15-year-old Jimmy Hopkins as he experiences the highs and lows of adjusting to a new school. Eight new missions, four new school classes (biology, music, math and geography), new unlockable items and clothing, new two-player off-line minigames, new...
Excerpt: Bully is a good game, make no mistake. I loved it on the PlayStation 2, and I looked forward to having an excuse to play through it again with Bully: Scholarship Edition . My hopes of playing through an enhanced version of Bully were all but destroyed when I heard about the many problems users were...
Conclusion: Then again, if you're prepared to stomach the glitches, this game is going to provide hours and hours of top-notch entertainment. It can also be a good way to warm up before GTA IV arrives. The gameplay never gets old and you are likely to keep on playing until you've completed the entire game.
Pros: Exciting gameplay, new additions make for extra fun, excellent music and voiceovers, well-structured story, captures the spirit of school tomfoolery.
Cons: Serious technical flaws, the game seems outdated visually.