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5 Facts About Bully That Some People Do Not Know

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As 15-year-old James “Jimmy” Hopkins in Rockstar Games’ Bully, navigate on foot, bicycle, skateboard, motor scooter, or go-cart, in the town of Bullworth (in the New England) region). Before stepping into Bullworth Academy (a prominent boarding school), the troublemaker was expelled from seven schools. Since Jimmy is at a boarding school, his mother and her new boyfriend are on a honeymoon.

One of the biggest bullies in the game, sooner or later, you will find out, is Gary Smith (betraying Jimmy and Pete). Gary suffers from ADD, shows traits of narcissism and paranoia. Gary is not shy about his plan to take over Bullworth, openly shouting it to clique leaders and bodyguards, during Russel In The Hole.

 

Stand up to bullies or apologize, compensating them for their time. Gift women in exchange for a passionate kiss. Rise to be more popular than all of the cliques in the school: the Bullies, Nerds, Greasers, Preppies, and Jocks. 

Similar to the Diablo Stallion in Grand Theft Auto III and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, a black stallion with a flame paint job, can be seen in a Shop Class. It does not seem to have a hood-mounted supercharger. The rerelease of Bully in 2008 contains new content that was not in the original version. Some of the content included classes (like biology, music, math, and geography), two-player mini-games, unlockable items, and awards. 5 facts about Bully some people do not know are?

 

5. The Setting For Bully exists in The GTA Universe?:

Sort of like how Bart Simpson from the animated comedy series, The Simpsons, loves watching The Itchy & Scratchy Show, Bully’s Bullworth is visible in an episode of “I’m Rich,” a reality television show, in Grand Theft Auto IV. Bullworth it is a reality television show in the Grand Theft Auto universe, Jimmy should be a well-known troublemaker. What do you think Grand Theft Auto would be like, if the main character is Jimmy?

 

4. Seasons In Bully: 

Although many video games currently introduce seasons, back in 2006, Bully introduced seasons. It is an open-world game, having seasons, paving the way for others to come. Feel the change of summer, spring, fall, and winter.

 

3. Norton Gets Arrested: 

While you are busy chasing after Peanut Romano during the final mission of chapter 3, called The Rumble, you may overlook Norton Williams (a member of the Greasers from Bullworth Academy) getting arrested by a police officer. The irony is, he calls the Nerds “Nerdtards,” but mentions that he heads to the comic book shop.

Also, he wants to work in demolition after graduation, but getting arrested will not help his goals. Maybe an undergraduate degree in prison would be another goal?

 

2. Bully’s Original Name: 

The original PS2 (PlayStation 2) release of Bully, was renamed in PAL regions to Canis Canem Edit, Latin for “Dog Eat Dog.” Does it sound like the phrase doggy dog world and how, you are likely thinking about Snoop Dog’s song “Doggy Dogg World.” Dog eat dog really means an intensely competitive situation, where people are willing to harm each other, in order to gain an advantage or win. Bullworth Academy’s motto and the game’s tagline in non-PAL regions, is Canis Canem Edit.

 

1. Unreal Engine 4: 

Fans of Bully did not feel like the regular versions of Bully were enough. One fan wanted high definition (HD) graphics quality and recreated a Bully video game in Unreal Engine 4. The video was uploaded by Wez Arthur. 

Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.