Bully video game for Xbox 360 personal review
Rockstar Games presents BULLY
Bully scholarship edition was launched in the market on March 4th, 2008 by the Rockstar Group which has boasted awesome next-generation graphics and new content.
STORY LINE: Bully is another good game coming from the Rockstar Group. After the global success of GTA, here is a game which plays on the similar platform of GTA, but here you are a 15-year-old boy pushed into a new school after your mom's 58th marriage (yes I heard that in the game) where the school is a playground for bullies and rich people.
Here you have to make yourself known amongst the students by helping them and doing odd jobs for teachers, challenging bicycle races, having boxing matches, kissing girls and along the way earning money which will help you buying goods which might help you kiss more girls, but the game is not only about kissing, but it's about standing against the school bullies and helping the needy trying to bring law and control in school. In this way you have to make your way at the top.
GAMEPLAY: The Gameplay is quite good and once you get a good hand over the controls after completing 3 or 4 small tasks, the game becomes quite entertaining.
GRAPHICS: Pretty good.
CONS: Not many cons but at some stages of the game, it can get irritating like in a maze where you have to get outside the maze (finding your friends there and helping them get out) but that is the intellectual part of the game, not much of a problem.
Overall rating: 8/10..
At the bottom line, I would recommend buying this game as it is worth your money and time.
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