TSA: "a recent ESRB rating has finally locked the game down for Sony’s console, citing “Crude Humor, Language, Sexual Themes, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco, Violence” and awarding it a Teen rating – that’s not unexpected, but the rating is welcome."
I would buy Bully for my PS3, it's worth it.
Agreed. I loved that game. In fact, it's one of the only two Rockstar games, the other being RDR, that I actually completed the story line of. This doesn't mean that the GTA games have bad story lines, I just get too distracted in those games.
More PS2 classics from Rockstar for $14.99 without being remastered and trophies added, no thanks.
I goto my local game store and San Andreas is around $20 so the price is actually right.
Mass Effect 1 is the same price. A lot of HD remakes when bought stand alone are the same price. All the other PS2 classics are cheaper. San Andreas on Steam is cheaper and I can order San Andreas right now and save myself a bit of money and get a physical copy. It is over priced in my opinion.
I go to eBay and the price for San Andreas is about $5 with free shipping, so the price is wrong.
So Bully isn't the same version the 360 got?
Why would it be?
Because 360 version is in HD... and has Achievements...
OMG! I loved Vice City Stories!
if it is Vice City STORIES - i would buy it for Vita mainly. Bully is another story... sadly there is no Bully 2
Well I aint paying £12 for them, I made an exception with San Andreas because well It's San Andreas!
If it sells well I wonder if Rockstar will give Bully another shot?
This better be true, as I've always wanted to play the GTA Stories games.
Super awesome, I loved Bully :D
If this is true, then awesome cause Bully is an awesome game.
Hopefully they release the warriors on psn next
an HD version of Bully with trophies would be better !
Great news but HD versions please.
I wonder if Bully will include the extra content from scholarship edition? The game feels incomplete without it.
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