Bully: Anniversary Edition is a fantastically crafted adventure game set in a fictional high school. The game is open world and offers multiplayer options. The game will also bring back a lot of memories from school days. Let’s take a closer look at the game and see if it lives up to its hype. Weighing up its positive points, we have come to a conclusion that Bully: Anniversary Edition will be a great addition to the series.
The anniversary edition of Bully introduces the world to a new open-world environment. As a teen rebel, James Hopkins, you can explore the town and school grounds to complete missions and earn cash. You can also complete side objectives to advance the storyline. Despite its tense and intense atmosphere, Bully: Anniversary Edition offers a rewarding and fun time for gamers of all ages.
The game is fully supported on iOS devices, and is compatible with select iPod Touch 6th Gen models. It also supports the iPad Mini 2, iPad 4th Gen, and iPad Pro. The game also includes cross-platform multiplayer and social club functionality. You can download the game from Google Play or the App Store for free. For more information, visit the official Bully website. Here are the supported devices:
Bully: Anniversary Edition includes everything that made the Scholarship Edition so popular, plus more. It now supports high-definition displays, has more detailed graphics, and welcomes controllers. It has also been optimized for touch screen gameplay, and includes multiplayer and notifications. It costs EUR 6.99, and includes optional in-app purchases. It was released on 8 December 2016, and it’s available on all platforms. It’s available for both Xbox 360 and PC.
The game is supported by iOS devices that support the 2.4GB memory requirement. It’s also supported by the iPhone 5 and newer, iPad 4th and newer, and iPad Mini 2 and newer. It’s recommended for ages 13 and up. The multiplayer component is supported on iPad Pro and iPad Mini 2 and newer. While the game has a multiplayer component, it’s mostly designed for single-player play.
Reminiscence of school life
The Anniversary Edition of Bully is an enhanced and updated version of the original game. It was released on December 8, 2016, and adds many new features, along with fixing a lot of bugs. You can play the game on your iOS or Android device. There are new characters, eight new missions, and four new classes. It also has a new competitive mode called Friend Challenges. It includes turn-based head-to-head competitions, and arcade style mini-games.
The Anniversary Edition of Bully has enhanced 2D graphics, full Social Club support, cross-platform play, and controller support. The game also comes with a new feature that allows players to capture gameplay with ReplayKit on an iPhone 6S or higher. In addition, recruited allies can no longer be hurt by the player and the Go-Kart no longer hurts people and does not trigger the Trouble Meter.
The Bully Anniversary Edition is a remake of the original PS2 version. It features improved graphics, bug fixes, and additional mini-games. However, it’s still an action game. Hence, it is not suitable for younger players. The game has received a T rating by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. In New Zealand, the game is restricted to children aged thirteen or older. It is one of the most popular PS2 remakes.
The game includes six classes. There are English, Art, Music, Geography, and Math. There are no days off or weekends in Bully, which means that the player cannot take a break. As a result, Jimmy can only miss two classes without being busted. If he misses more than two, he will be cased and will lose his chance of getting back into school. The game also includes exclusive content that is only available in Anniversary editions.
Rockstar Vancouver’s Bully sequel
The Bully sequel is one of the most anticipated games of this generation. The original Bully was one of the most well-received video games of all time. It was even released digitally for PS4 in March 2016. This game has been rumored to be in development for years. In 2008, YouTuber SWEGTA revealed that it was in development. This information was confirmed by the gaming publication Videogames Chronicle.
While the rumours of a Bully 2 sequel were circulating in early 2015, nothing has been confirmed by the developer. However, fans continue to have high hopes and are hoping that a sequel is on the way. Hopefully, Rockstar will not completely abandon the Bully series, especially after a disappointing game like GTA VI. If it does happen, it would be an incredibly exciting event.