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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:22pm 06/02/08 | 1 Comments
It may be an old game, but Bully on PS2 wasn't the rousing success it should have been. Thankfully Rockstar Games have realised this and have opened the game up to a whole new audience for both the Nintendo Wii and Xbox 360, but not as straight ports, rather with new missions and classes as well as a facelift on both consoles and some redesigned controls specifically to take advantage of the Wii. What results is a hilarious schoolyard adventure with a little coming-of-age stuff thrown in for good measure. Click here for our full impressions of a pre-gold build of the game (prior to its release next month), and hit this link to see the Aussie trailer, right here on AusGamers.



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