UGO: Bully: Scholarship Edition review

Rockstar Games' Bully came out in the twilight of the previous console generation, released for Sony's PlayStation 2 just a month before the PS3 and Nintendo Wii set off the latest console war. The critically acclaimed game, essentially a scaled back Grand Theft Auto sans the M-rated violence and set in a boarding school, ultimately failed to make the splash it should have as gamers shifted their focus to the shiny next-gen newness populating store shelves. Unfortunately, Bully's rebirth for the Xbox 360 in Mad Doc Software's Scholarship Edition (also available for the Wii) arrives in pretty bad shape, marred by a host of visual glitches and joykilling bugs.

Review by Adam Rosenberg

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