Bully: Anniversary Edition Now Available for Android and iOS
This is not the first time Rockstar Games is releasing their classic titles for the handheld platforms. The outstanding Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Vice City and Liberty City have already secured their position on the Android and iOS stores. Now Rockstar Games made their old-school classic title to be available on the mobile platforms.
Bully: Anniversary Edition packs all the modes and missions from the Scholarship Edition released for Xbox 360 and PC. Also, the entire game is revamped with better textures and character models. However, Bully is not designed for a touch-screen platform. So you may experience more control problems. But I’m very happy to use my external controller for my Android, and I was able to experience the same old Bully-style which I used to play on my PS2 ten years back. The Anniversary Edition also comes with a new multiplayer mode, where you can compete with your friends for a frog-slitting race or a geography mapping race.
Ever since my PS2 started getting dust, my Bully days also went the same way. I am a proud Rockstar Games’ fan as they produce great memorable titles every time. Red Dead Redemption, Grand theft Auto and L.A. Noire to name a few. I’ve admired all of their works and Bully’s no exception. When I started Bully on my Moto G4 Plus, it was like having a nostalgic hallucination.
The old-school way
Bully allows you to play as Jimmy Hopkins who tries to find his own position in the Bullworth Academy. Both the Bullworth Academy and town, allows you to explore in student’s vision. You can attend classes, take part in the annual school program or take a bicycle ride along the sideways of Bullworth Town. Or you can be the opposite: bunk classes, make the girls’ dorm warden chase you or steal a motorcycle and blast through the streets of Bullworth Town.
Bully: Anniversary Edition is an amazing game which, if you haven’t played the old one yet, is a recommended title. And for the 90s kids- a nostalgia.