'Bully' News & Update: Rockstar Releases Anniversary Edition for Android and iOS; Classic Game Features 3D Touch Control
"Bully," the classic game that was originally released for PlayStation 2 has been revived. Rockstar Games is bringing the game on mobile and it is now on Android and iOS.
Rockstar is actually releasing "Bully" to celebrate its tenth anniversary so the game is called the Anniversary Edition. The remastered game that was first released in 2006 is expected to feature the latest technology so players are really anticipating the improved version.
"Bully" the Anniversary Edition has been refurbished to go well with high resolution screen displays. iOS users can also enjoy the 3D touch feature for control of some action if they are using the newest devices.
According to Kotaku, the Android version of "Bully" sports haptic feedback while on iOS it supports 3D touch. But, both supports external controllers if the player finds touch controls complicated to use.
The remastered "Bully" also offers new multiplayer mode in the Friend Challenges: Arcade Style which allows players to compete in mini-games. This mode is set in the classrooms where students are shown either solving word problems in English or dissecting a frog in the Biology class.
"Bully" has been described as somewhat similar to GTA. The difference is that, the player is a 15-year-old that goes to prep school called Bullworth Academy. While in school, he has to deal with mean teachers and bullies around.
In the "Bully" game, you must attend classes and you should not be late. There is a clock on the screen to remind players of the time. Late to come in class means trouble because they will accuse you of skipping classes.
Moreover, as a player in "Bully," you also have an 11 p.m. curfew to follow. This means, you have to get back in the dorm on time or you are done for. Planning and good strategy is the key to avoid being detected for lateness . "Bully" anniversary edition is now available for $6.99 on Google Play and Apple's iTunes.