Bully: Scholarship Edition se déroule dans un internat : l'académie Bullworth en Nouvelle Angleterre. Ce jeu raconte l'histoire de Jimmy Hopkins, 15 ans. De nombreuses épreuves vous attendent : embrassez la plus belle fille de l'internat, sauvez le premier de la classe d'une raclée, bizutez les nouveaux...
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Bully: Scholarship Edition se déroule dans un internat : l'académie Bullworth en Nouvelle Angleterre. Ce jeu raconte l'histoire de Jimmy Hopkins, 15 ans. De nombreuses épreuves vous attendent : embrassez la plus belle fille de l'internat, sauvez le premier de la classe d'une raclée, bizutez les nouveaux... et finalement faites-vous une place dans le pire internat de la région.
Comprend la bande originale intégrale : 26 titres originaux.
  • Après l'achat vous pouvez charger la bande originale dans le dossier Steam : [Steam\steamapps\common\bully scholarship edition\Bully Original Soundtrack]. Le fichier est par défaut situé là : C:\Program Files\Steam

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP / Windows Vista
    • Processeur : Intel Pentium 4 (3+ GHz) / AMD Athlon 3000+
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte avec support DirectX 9.0c et Shader 3.0, Nvidia 6800 ou 7300 ou meilleure, ATI Radeon X1300 ou meilleure
    • Version DirectX : DirectX 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 4.7 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Carte son compatible DirectX9
    • Périphériques : Clavier, souris, contrôleur Xbox 360 supporté
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Posté le : 14 octobre 2014
Bully est l'un des meilleurs GTA like que vous pourrez trouver. Son ambiance décomplexée, son héros roublard et ses missions délirantes et variées m'ont conquis dès les premières heures de jeu. S'il ne se veut absolument pas réaliste, on prendra malgré tout plaisir à jouer les délinquants du préau en martyrisant les nerds (l'un des "groupes" du jeu), en faisant le mur et en montant dans l'échelle sociale (relative au collège uniquement!). Son ambiance très travaillée (la ville typiquement anglaise, les musiques...) fait que l'on est rapidement happé par l'univers du jeu.
Un seul point noir: A quand la suite??
9/10
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Posté le : 25 août 2014
Vieux jeux mais un jeu qui détend
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Posté le : 24 décembre 2014
Très mauvais portage sur PC. Prenez le sur console...
Les graphismes ne sont pas gérables, on joue en 800*600 et le son n'est absolument pas optimisé..
Les touches de bases rendent le jeu injouable.

Bref je ne recommande pas sur PC mais je recommande vivement sur Console, c'est un bon jeu.
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Posté le : 30 décembre 2014
Bully: Scholarship Edition, alias Canis Canem Edit sur PS2, est une version remastérisée de ce dernier avec quelques ajouts bien sympatiques.

Graphisme: Le jeu est plutôt correct de ce coté, il est plutôt joli avec ses dessins simplistes qui rendent bien avec l'univers. Cependant, il vieilli, et oui, on remarquera des problèmes de clipping lors de certaines cinématiques où la bouche des personnages ne bougent pas. Cependant, le reste est plutôt correct dans l'ensemble. Une version vraiment HD rendrait le tout bien plus appréciable !

Audio: Personellement, j'ai trouvé la bande sonore très correcte ! Chaque mission a une musique particulière qui lui va très bien, elles sont sympatiques et colle bien à l'univers. Cependant on remarquera un nombre de musique un peu faible par rapport à un GTA (normal, avec les radios...)

Scénario: L'un des points fort du jeu, l'histoire est à peu près cohérente (vous êtes une pourriture qui s'est fait viré de 7 écoles MAIS vous aidez le monde?). Cependant, il y a une petite intrigue qui donne envie de voir la fin, même si on peut la prévoir dès le début. Les personnages sont tous très attachants, même notre petit Jimmy. On passera donc l'année scolaire en passant par Halloween et Noêl.

Ambiance: L'ambiance scolaire... Qui n'a pas rêvé de faire des tas de conneries en cours? Mettre des gens dans les casiers, dans les poubelles, mettre des mains aux fesses des filles (bon ça on l'a tous fait mais c'est le seul jeu que je connaisse qui propose cette option idiote mais qui fait la différence). Puis les cours quoi. On peut y aller (ou pas, il y a une foire à coté ou on peut activer l'alarme incendie pour sécher) mais vaut mieux car on débloque des nouvelles options pour Jimmy. Oh puis les possibilités pour les armes sont tellement sympa qu'on n'arrive difficilement à se lasser du jeu avant d'en voir la fin.

Univers: Une école, une petite ville avec tout ce qu'il faut, voilà la petite carte de ce jeu. Je dirai que la map entière hors intérieurs des batiments correspont environ à une ville d'un GTA. C'est peu, mais c'est suffisant, car là au moins, tout est utilisable.

Gameplay: Justement, TOUT est utilisable ! Les armes allant de la simple boule puante au lance patate en passant par les pétards et les poils à gratter, les armes sont toutes aussi loufoques les unes que les autres, garantissant un plaisir extrême du début à la fin. Pas de sang, juste de la baston pure et dure et des conneries, des conneries et encore des conneries. Les touches de clavier utiisées sont un peu... etrange pour un jeu pc... J'ai jamais autant utilisé ma touche Alt et Shift sur un jeu. Cepedant, le jeu est très facile à prendre en main, au bout de 30 minutes maximum tout est facilement contrôlable. Il y a en plus un léger coté personnalisation avec les habits.

Difficulté: Point noir du jeu. Le jeu est vraiment TROP facile. Avant une mission, il suffit d'embrasser une fille pour avoir un boost de vie (je vous l'avais dis que ce jeu était con) et hop, on peut enchainer des mecs en 5v1. Il aurait été appréciable d'avoir plusieurs niveaux de difficulté...

Durée de vie: Une quinzaine d'heure suffira pour boucler l'histoire principale ainsi que les 5 niveaux dans chacun des cours. C'est peu, mais c'est 15h de jouissance extrême tellement je me suis amusé sur ce jeu. Ensuite, il y a des missions que les gens vous donne du type envoyer des oeufs sur le dortoirs des filles ou mettre un pétard dans les toilettes pour légèrement prolonger la durée de vie. Jimmy peut également être embauché pour livrer les journaux ou tondre la pelouse (même en heure de colle) donc ça fait d'autres missions pôur combler le vide.

Conclusion: Bully est un jeu malheureusement méconnu des joueurs qui ne connaissent Rock Star QUE pour les GTA. Dommage car Bully est de loin leur jeu que je préfère, car il me rappelle San Andreas: Il est FUN ! Je recommande sans hésiter ce jeu qui a su me donner beaucoup de plaisir. Je pense qu'il mérite un bon 16/20. Vivement un Bully 2 et en HD !
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Posté le : 12 janvier
[PORTAGE]
Catastrophique... Comme la plupart des jeux venant de Rockstar. Jeu bloqué en 30FPS !
Je vous conseil d'installer "Bully FPS cap remover" qui permet au moins de débloquer le jeu au dessus de 60FPS sinon c'est injouable.
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Les nombreux bugs ont failli m’empêcher de finir le jeu : discussions impossibles, perso qui s'assomme tout seul en montant une marche, souris inversé lors des contrôles, commande complètement mélangés (le bouton E est utilisé pour USE mais aussi pour plaquer au sol…) porte qui ne veux plus s’ouvrir, personnage bloqué devant le scooter, qui tombe sous la map, bug d’affichage sur la map etc etc etc…
Mais le meilleur bug c’est les missions qui s’effacent de la carte sans aucune raison et de façon aléatoire !
Et quand ça vous arrive pour la mission principale, vous êtes bon pour reprendre votre ancienne sauvegarde d'il y a une heure...oui parce qu'on ne peut pas sauvegarder quand on veut aussi...

[GRAPHISMES]
Ça vieillit plutôt bien pour un jeu de 2008. C'est pas la folie mais ça reste acceptable.

[GAMEPLAY]
C'est agréable, la vue à la 3 ème personne est justifiée pour ce genre de jeu même si l'on ne voit pas entièrement les menaces qui peuvent surgirent à tous moments (pions, gros bras, etc...)

[HISTOIRE]
L'histoire et l'univers est sympa si on aime l’univers scolaire…Je dirai que c’est un mélange entre Parker Lewis et Malcolm. dans ce jeux vous allez faire des bêtises mais aussi passer beaucoup de temps en cours à faire des exercices cucu. A mon avis, Rockstar aurait du se focaliser sur le temps libre. Perso, je m’en fou un peu de trouver le maximum de mots à partir de lettres pour le cour de français. Ça ne fait pas partie de l’histoire mais vous êtes obligé d’y assister pour ne pas aller ramasser de la neige en retenue.
Globalement le jeu m’a plus, j’ai pris du bon temps et si je ne le recommande pas, c’est uniquement parce qu’il y a trop de bugs..

[TEMPS DE VIE]
20 heures pour moi. Mais on passe 90% du temps a courir d’un point A à un point B. Avec des sauvegardes libres je pense que j’aurai fini le jeu en moins de 10 heures. J'en ai eu souvent marre de recharger mes parties sans pouvoir avancer dans l'histoire à cause de tous ces bugs… et reprendre toute la mission du début. Au bout d’un moment on ne pense plus qu'a ça plutôt qu’au jeu en lui même.
Rockstar peut se garder GTA 5 si c’est pour sortir des portages aussi médiocres.
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Posté le : 23 octobre 2014
good game
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Posté le : 1 novembre 2014
I love Bully. It is my favorite open-world game and is my favorite game of all time. I love Red Dead and GTA, but not everyone has been a cowboy or a criminal, but everyone's gone to school. You may not relate excatly to Jimmy but you will relate to him more than John Marston or any GTA character. Also the level of customization is something I havent really seen in any other Rockstar games, making Jimmy your Jimmy and interesting. I have played this to death, and you should too.
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Posté le : 18 août 2014
One of the best sandbox-style games I've ever played! Bully beautifully weaves tweaked Grand Theft Auto gameplay with the universally relatable life story of young Jimmy Hopkins. The setting of a fictional New England boarding school and the nearby town of Bullworth are perfect for this kind of story, following Jimmy as he faces the same challenges that every kid faces growing up, like keeping up with schoolwork, fighting back against bullies, experiencing your first kiss, causing chaos through pranks and hijinks, and finding acceptance between various cliques and social groups.

The writing is brilliant, supplying a colorful cast of characters, missions, and story arcs. Including Jimmy himself, all of the NPCs seem practically handcrafted with the amount of personality and detail put into them. Each character has a unique model, and their own unique set of dialogues and animations. On top of these fantastically created characters, the plot is just as good. I was immersed into a world that I could have sworn was from an 80's Hollywood flick, drawing inspiration from coming-of-age tales like those of Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, and Catcher in the Rye. With such a wonderfully realistic world full of jocks, preps, nerds, and other odd townfolk, I almost wish that my own school days growing up were as interesting as those of Bullworth Academy.

The gameplay is just as entertaining, using similar mechanics to GTA, such as a wanted system (called Truancy, of course), a combat system filled with a diverse array of punches, throws, and weapons at your disposal, different vehicles, mini-games, and other various activities and collectibles for completionists. As usual, there are missions given by various NPCs, some advancing the main story, and others being small side activities. Camera angles can be strange at times, but I've never experienced any gamebreaking issues with it. Overall, the gameplay has enough variance where it doesn't get too repetitive, and it strikes a nice balance that makes it both interesting and easy to pick up.

Compared to other open-world games, Bully is by far my favorite. One of the few titles I've been compelled to complete 100%. If you're looking for something different in the same vein of games such as Grand Theft Auto, Saints Row, and the like, I highly recommend looking into Bully: Scholarship Edition. You won't be disappointed.
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Posté le : 23 décembre 2014
Just to clarify, there is totally English support, don't worry. Also a pretty awesome game.
11/10 would kiss Mandy again.
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Posté le : 14 décembre 2014
Definitely in my top 10 favourites games. Ever.

I can spend hours and hours in this and never get bored.

It's good on any platform (speaking from experience e.g. Wii, PS2, PC, etc), but a warning, surround sound seems to be a bit messed up on this, so make sure you set your audio to 2.0.

Other than that, it's not a half bad port. The framerate is capped to 30, but understandbly so for a console port. It can be uncapped with mods. The pc controls still work fluently once you know them well, and can easily be rebound for preference. Though, I do recommend using a controller for a better experience.

So much love, care, and effort went into this game. It's so great.
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Posté le : 19 août 2014
I suppose a gun mod would be a pretty tasteless and bad idea for this game.
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Posté le : 3 octobre 2014
What can I say, I like kneeing children in the balls.
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Posté le : 12 octobre 2014
Wow. When I finally got around to playing through this game, I can say that this is once again another amazing title from Rockstar Games.

Bully is a game where it is very similar to Grand Theft Auto, from the missions to the side activities. Once you finish the opening cutscene, you are able to do anything you please. And as you progress through the story, you try and become ruler of each of the cliques: Nerds, Jocks, Preps, etc. and make a name for yourself in the Bullworth Acedemy. The city of Bullworth is very fleshed out with a slew of activities and collectibles to find and complete.

One thing I want to say is that this has the best hand-to-hand combat i've ever seen. There is a lot of moves you can learn and pull off that become very useful, and all of these moves are pulled off from a single button, not 3 different buttons, which is a huge plus for me. This also means that the moves can be memorized and pulled off easily and quickly. One thing that I have a divided opinion about is the lock on system. Rockstar has always had a problem with this (at least not until GTA 5) and Bully is no exception. If you want to fight back when you are running away, you have to do a full 180, which gives them the chance to make the first blow to the face. This goes for all of the weapons as well, which are also very handy. And of course they can be inaccurate and target the wrong person. But the inaccuracy is rare to happen, and likely won't happen at all when fighting a whole group.

The game is also full of collectibles to find and secrets to discover. The major collectibles are shown on the map however, and while that saves a lot of headache, it also removes that feeling of discovery without help, but we'd probably pull up Google anyways. The side activities are also very fun. They are from simple carnival games, to bike races and lawn mowing. They are all fun to do and have been executed well. This brings us to the classes, which besides the guessing classes: Geography, Math, and English. The rest are either minigames or on-screen prompts. These classes are the most fun, and passing a class grants some really cool unlockables or very useful features, like doubling the amount of tickets you win at the carnival. Also, the handling and driving mechanics or bikes, scooters, lawnmowers, are also something to note. They are all super satisfying and you wont be running into everything much.

However, no game is perfect, and Bully isn't an exception, it has issues that definitely are immersion-breaking, frustraiting, or overall annoying.

One obvious issue is the PC port. Rockstar is not known for making very good PC ports. You can only access the video options through the main menu, the game is capped at 30FPS (but you can unlock it through .exe replacing), the keyboard controls are HORRIFYING (Seriously, I highly recommend using a controller instead), there is pop-in everywhere, there are awful audio issues that might be very difficult or even impossible to fix. So be cautious of that. However I can say that you can play for HOURS until freezing or crashing happens. I played for 5-6 hours straight without pausing the game for a period of time and it eventually crashed.

Another thing is the difficulty. It is mostly very easy, especially if you have played through a GTA game. A lot of the enemies are very easy to knock out, and some of the bosses are extremely easy to defeat. However when you pi$$ off the police in the game, they will constantly chase you in their bikes and can go through EVERY shortcut. When they catch you, you have the option to try and escape through a QTE, but sometimes it doesn't show at all, and you automatically get Busted.

But with all of these problems, it is still a game I highly recommend to anyone who needs a fresh change from GTA or Saints Row.

8/10
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Welcome to Bullworth Academy. You play as a 15 year old thug of a kid named Jimmy Hopkins in this third person open world beat-em-up. Sure you get plenty of weapons like the slingshot, eggs, stink bombs that prevent enemies from attacking, firecrackers, a potato cannon and even a bottle rocket launcher, but you'll be spending most of your time brawling. The game is Bully, but you're more of an avenging angel. Sticking up for the weak, but following missions from pervert teachers, and the local crazies. Its the characters in Bully that really make the game stand shoulder to shoulder with Grand Theft Auto games. There is also plenty to do outside of the story missions. Bike races, collect-a-thons, arcade games that are worthy of their own games, classes that are really mini games that will unlock things for you and even a camera so you can take photos of every dumb thing you'll see. Instead of mayhem and murder like the GTA franchise, Bully is more of criminal mischief and knocking people unconscious. You don't even brutally win fights, enemies just fall over. You can finish them off with a childish noogie, putting them in a headlock and spitting on them or one of the many other silly ways.

The game plays similar to Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas meets the Warriors. You have jump and run buttons. An attack that you can hold for a strong attack. A target lock on for projectile weapons. If you don't have one equipped, it becomes a block button when you're not attacking. A free aim button for your sling shots, eggs and so on. A grapple button for when enemies block. You can shove someone when grappled. A taunt button that you can also take them down if grappled. Its a nice simple combat system. A local bum will teach you better attacks when you find and bring him radio parts. Your wrestling coach will teach you grapples in class. The items in your inventory are easy to select on the fly. You can also pick up things like bats and bricks to use and throw. You can even make peace by talking or bribing your way out of things. When you need health, just drink a soda or find some food.

The game is broken up into chapters, the first chapter takes place exclusively in the academy, but chapter two opens the gates and lets you into the rich side of town. Chapter three unlocks the poor side of town and chapter five unlocks a large industrial side of town. There's not only a sense of progression from parts of the town opening up, but the game takes place over a year and you'll see the seasons change. You'll participate in Halloween, slide around in the winter and see spring return.

Each chapter focuses on a faction and there are plenty of them. Nerds in green, bullies in white, greasers in leather jackets, preps in aqua berry and jocks in blue. Each faction has their own turf at the academy, and outside the academy as well. There are even factions outside of academy that will rise against you. All factions have a respect level for you. The less respect, the more likely the members will chase after you wanting a fight! Story missions will always change a faction's respect for you. Sometimes a little, sometimes a lot.

Since this is an open world game you'll be doing a lot of traveling. The main way is by foot. You need to mash the run button to go fast. The enemies all run as fast as you do, but luckily they have stamina and Jimmy doesn't. You quickly unlock a skateboard that sits in your inventory. Its much quicker, but can't go upstairs without a sweet jump or over muddy terrain. There are also bikes, but the bikes feel few and far between. You can throw someone off a bike and steal it, or you can buy a bike, but then it sits in a garage, making it useless when you need to visit a garage in town when you're at the school most of the time. Other than that, you can ride lawn mowers and mopeds. It all feels like a balance. To get speed you button mash. If you're on a lawn mower you're stuck going slower than walking. If you're on a moped you need a helmet or the cops will be after you.

Speaking of laws, there are plenty. You have typical laws against violence, but there are also truancy and curfew laws too. The game lets you know what your offense is on a three step 'wanted' level. When your wanted level hits red, then you can't struggle against the authorities. When they catch you that's it. On campus there are perfects, that act like the police. They'll bring you to class if you're truant, chase you for a dress code violation like wearing a chicken head and stop you from bullying. Sometimes them bringing you to class is more efficient than running to it. When you're in violation, you'll see not only the authorities highlighted on the mini map, but their vision cones. The game makes use of stealth on some missions, but for the most part, its just avoiding the gaze of the cops and perfects. You can even hide in lockers, the trash or dressers in the girl's dorm.

The game is really set to a timetable that can sometimes break the flow. You wake up in the morning and have two classes in the day. You need to find a bed to sleep and if it gets too late, Jimmy will fall asleep where he is and wake up the next day. You can skip classes, but then the authorities will be after you. I felt stuck and forced to partake in the mini games. I want to point out that the class mini games are entertaining and some are educational, but having them forced upon you when I'm trying to do a mission seems a bit much. You can learn things from the game. Such as the flags to different countries in geography, a boggle like make a word with letters in English and even how to dissect animals in biology. I'm not saying this will replace schools by any means. There are also typical timed button press mini games that are less impressive. The game offers a wide array of mini games, even games that parody other games, such as Paperboy, Punch Out and dodge ball! There are even random people that will give you side jobs, like throw 3 nerds in lockers, deliver 3 fries, collect 5 crabs, and so on. All fluff.

The money feels useless. You can spend it on weapons, but why bother when he has an arsenal in his dorm room from completing mini games? There are expensive clothes to buy and tattoos, but why bother other than for cosmetic reasons? Sometimes the game forces you to dress a certain way or get your hair done at the barber shop. You can't buy real estate, even if you can clear out a gang hideout to make it a new save point safe house.

There are dozens of characters in the game. In fact every random person has a name and schedule. You can even take pictures of all of them for the yearbook. Most of the characters are downright evil with a few exceptions. Garry, the over the top villain with an eye scar that lies to cause trouble. Petey, the short effeminate best friend. The drunk Santa. The alcoholic English teacher. The two timing dame that uses men. Russell the big dullard so dumb he calls himself Russell. Its all done in a tongue in cheek 1950s stereotype. The game feels very 1950s even with its awful happy beach guitar riffs. It didn't take me long to turn turn the music down to 10%.

I managed to sink around 17 hours into this game, but I've gotta be honest, I wanted to be done a long time ago. I just spend too much time traveling and wasting too much time doing mini games. At some point I stopped going to class just so I could grind through the missions efficiently. Then the missions started getting further and further. Consuming more precious time that Jimmy is awake during the day. Doing missions back to back so late just means that Jimmy would fall asleep on the street. There are also a few game breaking bugs that would cause the game to freeze or downright crash. Not frequent, but at specific points. I still recommend the game for an open world mischief sandbox that lets you do wedgies, throw firecrackers in toilet and slap kick me signs on people, then watch them get beat to a pulp.
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Posté le : 30 décembre 2014
I've been picked on by nerds and saw Bucky smash the ♥♥♥♥ out of Russell with a ruler.

10/10.

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Posté le : 23 décembre 2014
One of my favorite classic games from Rockstar and on the PS2. It's like Grand Theft Auto, but you play as a teenage kid in a small open world town of Bullworth. It has a much more toned down violence compare to the GTA series, just from fist fights to sling-shots, and etc. Graphics are dated but gameplay is very fun. Not only that but the game also contains many great and memorable soundtracks.
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Posté le : 12 octobre 2014
Best game ever! One of the best games you will ever find. Where's the sequel of it, Rockstar Games? From the moment I saw it on consoles, till I played it on 2008 on PC, I got in love with this game. I've even bought it on steam, even though I've already played it in the past. Rockstar Games, this game got a lot of fans and it would be very sad not to see a sequel of it. Please, make us happy soon. Just inform us that you will be soon starting to make its sequel. Please, we would all become very happy. I will even try to be the first one to buy the sequel. You can even make a prequel of it. Anyway, thank you for this great game.
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Posté le : 26 octobre 2014
Bully is just like the GTA series, just without the blood, drugs and guns. You start as a brat named James (Jimmy), he starts at a new school and quickly get dragged into alot stupid stuff and soon finds out he has some enemies and starts his epic journey to fight bullies with bully. You get to bully the crap out of people, beat them up senseless and throw marbles at grown ups, what else can you ask for?

The story is your typical college/high school story, with a large dose of classic Rockstar humor.

7.5/10 Great game.
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Posté le : 14 octobre 2014
AHH Rockstar you realeased this version nearly 5 years ago and i played the original on ps2 but after 5 years this is game is still fun to play especially the modding community,such as BullyMods.net. Anyway i digress this game in my opinion is pretty much GTA for kids just toned down and also has the most creative and arttactive plot, people who like running around in a sandbox world in a school enviroment.. then this is for you also i recommened this to GTA FANS just be aware this is nothing like gta but contains most elements..EXAMPLES: GTA has guns, Bully has the spudgun,potato launcher and slingshot.....GTA has wanted levels, Bully has a trouble meter so go ahead and purchase this if you'd like also prepare for a few game crashes here and there so save like a MOFO XD.........Bye!
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Posté le : 8 août 2014
Welcome back to the PS2 ages. I remember spending hours upon hours on this game even after I beat it. In my opinion this is one of Rockstars best games they have made.
I would recomend this game to anyone
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