Bully: Scholarship Edition (Xbox 360) Reviews
Product Type: Rockstar Xbox 360 games
Description:Published by: Rockstar / Genre: Action / Release date: 2008-03-07 / Subcategory: /Adventure
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Customer Bully: Scholarship Edition (Xbox 360) Reviews (11)
by - written on 12/03/08 (Very useful, 124 readings)
After a 5 month wait from its original launch date and Bully: Scholarship Edition finally hits the shelves; and for me this is something I have been waiting on for a considerable time. You see I have my memories and those memories take me back to the 1980's nothing to do with being at school, but to my ZX Spectrum, and two computer games that in my mind were the best games ever made Skooldaze and Back To Skool. Both games allowed you to live the life of a schoolboy for a day, getting into trouble, beating up kids, and masterminding a major event. Bully sounded so similar from the description, I could not help but resist. The big question is was I pleased or disappointed Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
When I was at school, there wasn't a single school-based game worth looking at - in fact, I don't think there were any. I would spend days drawing up my ideas in meticulous detail - 'Theme School', why not? So I was suitably annoyed when Bully was released. A bit late, I thought - I mean, could they not have come up with the brilliant-but-obvious concept of a decent school based game a few years earlier?? Before I tried Bully: Scholarship edition, I had never played the original game. As such I didn't really know what to expect, and was a little bit worried that as the title indicates, the whole concept of the game was to Bully the other kids. Why ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/08 (Very useful, 72 readings)
For a lot of people school is not the best of times. I remember thinking to myself at the time that if these truly were the days of my life then I have little to look forward to. However, as dull as I found school sometimes at least I was never really bullied. Having had an early growth spurt I found myself the tallest in my class only to spend the next few years being taken over by many people. Luckily I was able to get through school life unharmed and vaguely emotionally stable, some kids do not. So there is little wonder when Rockstar games planned a game called 'Bully' that there would be uproar. This is a company that created 'Grand Theft Auto' a series that .. Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I bought this the other day from Game for £12.98! I have wanted to buy it for a while but didnt as it was too expensive, but when I saw it for this price I bought it and it is so far a really great game. You play Jimmy Hopkins, a young boy who has been chucked out of many good private schools, and ends up at Bullworth Academy, one of the worst schools. Theres a fair bit of video at the beginning, which sets the scene really well, and also a lot of video as you work through the story mode. You have to complete missions like helping the geeks get to their locker and fighting bullys. You can talk to anyone, in a positive or negative way, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/09/09 (Very useful, 28 readings)
Bully Scholorship Edition is the little brother of the GTA series made by the same developer. Although it has bene previously released as Bully for the PS2 the Scholorsip edition has improved graphics for the Xbox 360 and additional levels. The game as you playing as Jimmy a troublemaker who like all other main characters in GTA is loved after a while. For your schenanigans you are sent to bullworth academy where you quickly decide to take over the the nerds, jocks and other gangs in school. Gameplay is true sandbox style with you doing what you want in the school and later the adjacent town. Although this is not liberty city it is still impressive on the ... Read the complete review
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