Player complaints claim the patch is breaking more than it's fixing.
Shortly after the release of Bully: Scholarship Edition for the Xbox 360 and Wii, 360 owners were noting that the game was susceptible to game freezes and various bugs taking place during regular play. Rockstar Games responded by saying it was horrified by problems in the retail build, and started putting together a patch to fix the issues found in the title.
Last week, the patch went live and would automatically download the next time players signed into Live with the game. That's where the story ends, right? Unfortunately, that is not the case as Kotaku reports gamers are complaining that the patch is doing more harm than good, by not fixing the supposedly patched issues and even adding new problems, like audio stuttering and increased frequency of freezes. That being said, others are saying they have seen minimal problems before and after the patch, and some are experiencing smooth sailing after having troubles beforehand.