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Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar today announced their Canis Canem Edit game would be making its way to both Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii in the form of a special edition.
Both the Wii and Xbox 360 versions will retain the wit and deep gameplay of the previously released PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system title and will boast additional new content. Bully: Scholarship Edition takes place in the fictional New England boarding school of Bullworth Academy, and tells the story of 15-year-old Jimmy Hopkins as he experiences the highs and lows of adjusting to a new school. Capturing the hilarity and awkwardness of adolescence perfectly, Bully: Scholarship Edition pulls the player into its cinematic and engrossing world. Universally acclaimed upon first release, Bully: Scholarship Edition is a genre-crossing action game with a warmth and pathos that is unrivaled.
More good news for Wii owners as for the first time in a long, long time, Take-Two and Rockstar are throwing some weight behind the system, even in the face of the currently shelfed Manhunt 2. It makes sense though this title would hit the 360, especially after all the support Rockstar have given the platform in the wake of announcing exclusive episodic content for GTA IV through the Xbox Live Marketplace.

The game is due to hit both systems later this year, so watch this space for more info regarding the new content we’ll be seeing in Bully: Scholarship Edition.



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