Bully: Scholarship Edition (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Rockstar Wii games
Description:Model ID 5026555041775BUN / Genre: Action & Shooter / Suitable for 15 years and over / Release Date: 2008-03-07 / Published by Rockstar
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Bully Scholarship Edition (Wii)
Platforms: Nintendo Wii
Last Update 10.12.2013 07:13
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by - written on 15/03/08 (Very useful, 631 readings)
Bully finally made it's way to the Wii if you did play the PS2 version of this classic game Canim Canis Edit your getting the same game if extras added to the game with a whole different control system. You would of never thought that Nintendo would license a game like this to be on there system but they did which is just brilliant. Extras included in Bully Scholarship edition is eight new missions, four new school classes which are biology, music, math and geography, additional characters, new unlockable items and clothing there is also games for 2 players which i have not tried as i don't use my Wii for 2 players. Now you know the extras let me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
INTRODUCTION Welcome to Bullworth academy, the New England boarding school set to become your latest home away from home. You play the belligerent 'new kid' Jimmy Hopkins, thrust into an unsettling world of jocks, nerds, preppies, bullies, townies and greasers. Upon your arrival you meet the antagonistic Gary Smith, a sociopathic jibe-smacking misanthrope who slowly becomes your main rival in the game. To offset the balance, Pete Kowalski (or 'Petey' as he's nicknamed) is the closest thing you have to a best friend inside the walls of Bullworth; although not much of a fighter, Pete's brainpower more than makes up for it. Over the course of six ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/08 (Very useful, 107 readings)
In the mid 1980s, I can remember a game called 'Skool Dayz' which I played on a ZX Spectrum. For a couple of weeks, I was distracted from Jet Set Willy by this blend of comedy and ultraviolence. Your character walked around a two dimensional environment, trying to steal things, knock teachers over with a catapult, avoid getting punishments and kiss girls. Step forward in time twenty years and Bully arrives on the Wii. Simplifying Moore's Law, a game should be twice as good as its predecessor every eighteen months. This means Bully should be quite a lot better than Skool Dayz. Oh my, how much better it is! The plot of the game is straight ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
This game by Rockstar is for over 16 year olds. It is set in a school, so you would think it would be aimed at children, but due to the violence, bullying and bad language it isn't really suitable for kids. There are a lot of elements to the game and a lot to do so I will try to cover the main aspects of the game without going into too much detail. You play the character Jimmy Hopkins, who has been dumped at Bullworth school, where he will attend lessons and lie while his mother and her new husband go on honeymoon for a year. You will have to attend 2 lessons per day. One at 9am, and the other at 1pm. Of course you could always decide to skip ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/11 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Bully: Scholarship is an open-world game produced by Rockstar released in 2008. STORY Bully takes place in the fictional Bullworth Academy, a private boarding school. The story follows the adventures of Jimmy Hopkins, a troubled teenager who has been sent to the Academy by his mother. In the Academy Jimmy finds it hard to fit in due to the different stereotypical groups that exist so during the game he needs to befriend them and gain their support against the treacherous Gary Smith, the main antagonist of the game. In my opinion, the story is very fun and light hearted, owing to the games school theme. You really feel like you're being a bully at times, ... Read the complete review
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