Bully: Scholarship Edition Summary
As of November 20th, Take-Two has trademarked 'Bully Bullworth Academy: Canis Canem Edit' on European shores which includes an emblem for the dysfunctional boarding school educating Jimmy Hopkins.
Rockstar Games' Bully originally released as 'Canis Canem Edit' in Europe. A CV discovered in October revealed Rockstar was working on the "next version of a famous IP".
During the Q2 2014 earnings call for Take-Two, the company has revealed they have "more than 10 unique" next-gen titles in the works, and that includes "multiple releases" for fiscal 2015. What are they?
CEO Strauss Zelnick continued saying they're "new intellectual properties" as well as from "proven franchises," but no specifics were given. The 2K family is quite large.
Rockstar New England's senior graphic engineer Doron Feinstein has revealed on his LinkedIn resume that he's working on the "next version of a famous IP".
Rockstar Games' Bully was released back in 2006 and starred Jimmy Hopkins as he got dumped at the gates of a "shit private school," but managed to survive to become 'King of the playground'. Will it return?
"I know I want to," Dan Houser admits on a sequel. There's "a lot of directions" it could go, but he doesn't see Jimmy 'graduating' to GTA. He's not "that level of degenerate."
Take 2 has registered a new trademark for Bully, which could mean that a new game is in the works. The original Rockstar game was critically praised but never made a dent financially, though it did manage to generate controversy just for being called "Bully".