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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:38pm 09/01/08 | 9 Comments
Rockstar Games today revealed an Australian and New Zealand release date for Bully: Scholarship Edition for both the Nintendo Wii and Xbox 360. We'll see the game hit retail across the country on March 7th for $79.95 on both platforms. According to Rockstar, the revisited 2006 PS2 classic will feature polished visuals and all-new missions, characters and mini-games. Known originally as Canis Canem Edit (to avoid too much issue with the name Bully), it's looking like it will remain known as Bully: Scholarship Edition for the time being (lest angry paranoid parents decide a game called Bully is going to render their kids as criminals and cause the name change yet again). Four new Xbox 360 screenshots of the reworked version of the game can be seen by clicking here.



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Steve Farrelly
Posted 02:42pm 09/1/08
Yeah, the first one was awesome, that and God of War II were my picks for PS2 GOTY in 2006. It had more of a sense of purpose than any of the GTA games in IMO, being that you actually had to adhere to a school routine
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