Bully: Scholarship Edition Latest News - Wii

Game Description:Rockstar goes back to school for its outrageous concoction, Bully. You play teenager Jimmy Hopkins, a troubled youth who's been expelled from almost every school. The last resort is Bullworth Academy, a twisted institution that makes the school of hard knocks look oddly normal. The liars, cheaters and scoundrels are the most popular...but wait, they're also the teachers. Stand up to bullies, get picked on by faculty, and play pranks as you work your way up the school's social ladder. Rockstar's usual tongue-in-cheek storyline, humorous style, and original gameplay are all back in this next-gen version, with all-new content only available in the Scholarship Edition!
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  • Australia Hates 'Bully'

    The best part about Australia is that they get games way later than we do. That means, while we're eagerly awaiting the release of Grand Theft Auto IV, Australia is still freaking out over Bully. Here are some great quotes from Australian people that have no idea what they're talking about: Jane King, the head of Parenting Australia, said,...

    Posted April 17, 2008| 14 Comments

    Australia Hates 'Bully'
  • Brazilian Judge Bans 'Bully'

    A judge in Brazil has pulled a bully move of his own banning the sale and distribution of Rockstar's Bully: Scholarship Edition citing that it's unacceptable "that everything in the game takes place inside a school.” Retail outlets as well as web sites that sell or promote the game will have 30 days to follow the judge's order. It's...

    Posted April 11, 2008| 10 Comments

    Brazilian Judge Bans 'Bully'
  • X-Play Review: Bully: Scholarship Edition

    It's time to return to Bullworth Academy, this time with exciting new mini-games in Bully: Scholarship Edition for the Wii and X-Play will have the review right after biology class. Watch Larger Version of this Video

    Posted March 10, 2008| 5 Comments

    X-Play Review: Bully: Scholarship Edition
  • 'Bully' Stirs Up Controversy

    The release of the Wii and 360 port of Bully is stirring up controversy among Canadian teachers. "We're asking retailers to be responsible," Emily Noble, president of the Canadian Teachers' Federation, said Monday. "Yes, they can sell it and make a buck out of this, but is this the kind of marketing that they want to be [doing],...

    Posted March 4, 2008| 29 Comments

    'Bully' Stirs Up Controversy
  • 'Bully: Scholarship Edition' Trailer

    Grab your funny cardboard hats and tassels: Bully for the Wii and Xbox 360 is almost here. Now subititled Scholarship Edition, this version of the educational institution mischief generator features some new content and a couple of graphical updates to make everything shinier than before. Check out the trailer we've procured from Rockstar...

    Posted January 30, 2008| 5 Comments

    'Bully: Scholarship Edition' Trailer
  • Bully: Scholarship Edition Review

    Posted: March 10, 2008

    17,435 Views | 02:22 | 6 Comments

  • 'Bully: Scholarship Edition' Trailer

    Posted: February 14, 2008

    1,751 Views | 00:37

  • Preview: Bully Scholarship Edition

    Posted: January 22, 2008

    2,988 Views | 01:53 | 4 Comments

  • Bully Wii Producer Walkthrough

    Posted: January 16, 2008

    9,906 Views | 05:14


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