Extreme Gamer writes: "Before I get started on this review, I have to attach a sticky note of sorts. This review is based on Bully: Scholarship Edition being played day one of the new patch that was released on the Xbox 360, and a virgin copy of the game on the Wii. Prior to the patch, problems have been reported of small glitches in the game and other ones including freezing. Since, my time reviewing Bully: Scholarship Edition, I haven't experienced any problems with the game and can not verify any of the issues that gamers have been experiencing.
Rockstar Vancouver has created something special with Bully which continues to find a place in more homes with its re-release. This is my first time attending Bullworth Academy and now that I've spent some times in its endeared halls, I can see why so much hype surrounded the game when it was originally released on the Playstation 2. Bully is a unique experience that feels like that old familiar Rockstar patented gameplay set around a new relatively experience in gaming, high school. In this respect, Bully is like no other game. Its original approach, filled with standard gameplay elements is a real treat."