Gamedaily writes: "Rockstar's Bully, originally released on the PlayStation 2 in 2006, received tons of controversy, even being referred to (by those who never played the game) as a Columbine simulator. After all, Bully is an open-world game from the creators of Grand Theft Auto, and similar to that game, the protagonist is quite the antihero. But the game's detractors were missing the point. Rather than playing as a sociopath that tortured you all those years in high school, Bully's Jimmy Hopkins is more akin to a misunderstood youth who is just trying to make it through the trials of high school, amidst all the cliques vying for attention.
Bully: Scholarship Edition for the Wii does not differ greatly from the original. The entire original game is present, with the inclusion of eight extra missions (and a few new characters), four new classes to attend (with their own minigames), a simple two-player mode for minigame competition and new controls that take advantage of the Wii remote and nunchuck.
These new controls are probably one of the most noteworthy additions, simply because they actually work well. "