PGNx Media : Bully: Scholarship Edition Review

PGNx Media writes: Jimmy Hopkins moves to the Xbox 360 and Wii. Bully, originally released for the PlayStation 2 in October of 2006, by Rockstar Games was yet another controversial game by the notorious publisher. It turned out that the game (Rated "T" for Teen, by the way) was about a kid trying to find himself at a new school and not a bully simulator like some in the mainstream press had portrayed it. More importantly, it was a lot of fun. Scholarship Edition is a Director's Cut, of sorts, with improved graphics and some new content.

Visually, Bully was probably the best looking Rockstar Games title on the PlayStation 2. The game has received a visual bump on both the Wii and the Xbox 360 (although it's far more noticeable on the latter), meaning that the game looks okay, although it definitely shows its origin as a "last-gen" title on the Xbox 360, although it looks like a decent Wii game on that platform. Nonetheless, Rockstar Games has built a very compelling world in Bullworth Academy, one that you will enjoy exploring.

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