Game Informer writes:
"There are some notable frustrations that are more noticeable now on a next-gen console than they were on the PS2. Frequent loading sections as you move in and out of buildings, enter conversations, and other events are a pain. Characters in the world regularly wig out and start walking into walls or glitching as they bump into each other. It feels just a tad technically unpolished beside a gameplay package that feels so solid.
Bully was a fantastic release late in the life of the PS2, and I'm pumped that the folks I know who've become gamers this generation now have a chance to experience it for themselves. For those of us who've already had our fun the first time, I'm not sure a second run at high school is really in order."