Old But Gold #2

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Old But Gold #2

This is our second blog in our Old But Gold series. Today’s Gold But Gold game is ‘Bully’. We will discuss the key features of the game and what makes this game gold. If you haven’t checked out the blog of the series I suggest you check that out before reading this one!

Bully Scholarship Edition

Bully Scholarship Edition

Bully: Scholarship Edition takes place at the fictional New England boarding school, Bullworth Academy, and tells the story of mischievous 15-year-old Jimmy Hopkins as he goes through the hilarity and awkwardness of adolescence. Beat the jocks at dodge ball, play pranks on the preppies, save the nerds, kiss the girl and ultimately navigate the social hierarchy in the worst school around. 

Bully was released in 2008 and this game still has outstanding reviews. Bully was 100% my childhood game to play. There was no better feeling than rushing home to play this game all day. It has awesome action, it broads from fistfights to stink bombs to slingshots to even firecrackers for a truly brutal attack.

Bully also has an amazing storyline. It is split into 5 chapters and it consists of Jimmy ( the main guy ) beating up each clique of people. These groups consist of bullies, nerds, rich kids, grease-balls, jocks, and townies. 

Bully also has a unique concept of time and getting to lessons on time. However, if you skip a lesson prefects will be on the look for you and if they catch you they will take you to the lesson. But going to lessons in Bully isn’t so bad. You gain rewards and skills from it. This can make the game so much more interesting.

If you haven’t played this game I suggest you do. There is no other game in the world like it. It will give you hours and hours of fun. The graphics are outdated but what can you expect for a 2008 game.

Bullyscholarshipedition Review
Bully: Scholarship Edition Official Trailer

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