'Bully: Anniversary Edition' Latest, News & Update: Rockstar Games Releases Classic Game For Android And iOS Mobile Users
Game publisher, Rockstar has released their classic "Bully" game to Android and iOS devices which is available today which is in line for the game's 10th anniversary since its original release on PlayStation 2. The mobile-game school days adventure is entitled "Bully: Anniversary Edition" and it is now available in Google Play and iTunes for $6.99.
"The Rockstar Games tradition of groundbreaking, original gameplay and humorous tongue-in-cheek storytelling invades the schoolyard in Bully: Anniversary Edition," Rockstar said on Google Play. "Bully: Anniversary Edition" features the 15-year-old Jimmy Hopkins which the players can control through the "social hierarchy" of the "corrupt and crumbling" prep school and stand up to the bullies.
Kotaku reports that the Andriod version of the "Bully: Anniversary Edition" has a "haptic feedback" while if it is played in the iOS utilizes the 3D touch that has supporting external controllers if you are not comfortable with touch controls. Both of the mobile versions are "multiplayer arcade challenges" that allows players to remember their Rockstar Social Club password where players to take turns playing the game's different classroom settings and to gain points through the mini-arcade games.
War Drum Studios created the mobile development of the "Bully: Anniversary Edition" where it includes the new "turn-based" multiplayer friend challenges. 9 to 5 Google reports that the players from the Android phones will experience high-resolution displays, enhanced graphics, improved lighting and textures, and controls redesigned for touch gameplay.
Before "Bully: Anniversary Edition", the first "Bully" game was released on October 2016 for PlayStation 2 where it created controversies from parents and teachers where the thought that the game was praising bullying. The game was renamed to the schools Latin motto "Canis Canem Edit" which means "Dog Eat Dog" and was not sold by UK shop chains like Currys and PC World.