Bully Scholarship Edition All Cutscenes – Game Movie Part 2 – RICH KID BLUES – Will include Chapter 2, titled Rich Kid Blues, is the second chapter of Bully. It involves Jimmy, now becoming more popular, taking on the Preppies. It takes place in late Autumn and early Winter.
Bully is an open world sandbox action-adventure game set in a school environment. The player takes control of a 15 year old teenage rebel James “Jimmy” Hopkins, who from the opening cutscene is revealed to be a difficult student with a turbulent background. The game concerns the events that follow Jimmy being dropped off at Bullworth Academy, a fictional boarding school in New England. The player is free to explore the school campus and town, or to complete the main missions. The game makes extensive use of minigames. Some are used to earn money, others to improve Jimmy’s abilities.
School classes themselves are done in the form of minigames, broken into five levels of increasing difficulty. English, for example, is a word scramble minigame, and as Jimmy completes the level, he learns to apologize to bullies, deliver better taunts, apologize to Prefects and finally to apologize to the police.
The game takes place at Bullworth Academy, a fictional independent boarding school in the New England area of the United States. Jimmy ends up enrolled in the school when his newly married mother and fifth stepfather go on a year-long honeymoon cruise. The school is located in the also fictional town of Bullworth, which resembles Connecticut (this would also explain the high prevalence of ‘Old money’ and ‘Nouveau Riche’ influences). The school itself is a classical neo-gothic design and is similar to many other public schools and colleges in the United Kingdom and New England, in particular Fettes College in Edinburgh.
Last Minute Shopping
Hattrick vs. Galloway
Race the Vale
👽Non Story Line Missions👽
Small Offences (exclusive to Scholarship Edition and Anniversary Edition)
Bully: Scholarship Edition was released on March 4, 2008 for the Wii and Xbox 360 and October 24, 2008 on the PC