Console PS2 (Download Emulator)
Publisher Rockstar
Developer Rockstar
Genre Action
Region Europe
Downloads 36,459
Size 281.54 M
Released October 17, 2006
3.8/5 (95 votes)
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The film Bully tells the narrative of a man named Jimmy Hopkins, whose academic career hasn’t been something to write home about because he’s been kicked out of a number of schools. His parents have the brilliant idea of enrolling him in Bullworth Academy, which, despite its impressive name, is home to a large number of children who are similar to Jimmy. This is the kind of neighborhood that raises the next generation of tyrants, assassins, and crazed scientists. Jimmy must make it through one year at Bullworth Academy using just his wits, the assistance of a handful of close pals, and fists that are as solid as a rock.

The game is frequently referred to as “Grand Theft Auto in high school,” and it does have many parallels with the popular car-hijacking series. It offers a “sandbox” setting that not only comprises the extensive high school grounds, but also the town of Bullworth, which is located in close proximity to the school. The player, similar to those of Grand Theft Auto games, has the option of completing missions in any sequence they like, or they can simply walk the game area and interact with both the environment and the many individuals.

Given that the game takes place at a high school, it is only natural that a significant portion of the traditional Grand Theft Auto-like content has been altered. The violence is still present: Jimmy is able to punch and kick everyone he comes into contact with, in addition to employing a range of (non-lethal) weaponry including slingshots, firecrackers, and even self-made guns. Jimmy is able to steal and ride bicycles, but he cannot take over cars even when it is possible to do so. There are many other types of gameplay included in the missions, such as chases, racing, shooter-like sequences, escort missions, spying, and random acts of vandalism, to name a few.

Outside of the main missions, Bully offers a wide variety of side quests, activities, and minigames for players to participate in. It is sufficient for Jimmy to merely go to school and do his homework. Every course is structured like a mini-game; for example, in the language class, students have a limited amount of time to create as many words as they can out of the letters that they have been given. It is possible to search, purchase, and wear a variety of costumes; it is also possible to get employment and make money; it is even feasible to date classmates and buys gifts for them.

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