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Be A Bully And Kiss Boys Again! (Or For The Very First Time)

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Last week, Rockstar released Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas to the PlayStation Network's PS2 Classics Collection, but today they've added three more.

First up, you've got Red Dead Revolver, the precursor to Red Dead Redemption, where you play Red Harlow, a bounty hunter traveling the frontier and bringing justice to bandits while tracking your family's killers. Then you've got Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition REMIX, where you'll race through Detroit, San Diego, Atlanta and Tokyo.

But the coolest one is Bully, where you play young Jimmy Hopkins as he navigates the ups and downs of Bullworth Academy. High school is rough, and to survive it, you're going to have to take on all the popular jerks who are running it. Oh, and of course, you can kiss boys along the way. That's right, this is the classic Rockstar game that caused a bit of a stir because in addition to romancing girls, you could do the same with some of the boys in school. And it was awesome.

So if you missed out on Bully when it was originally released, now you can get it from PSN for just $9.99. You can also get any of the other titles for the same low price. I'm tempted to check back into Bullworth Academy and make out with some boys again while causing trouble, but since my PS2 is still plugged in, I'll probably just dig out my old copy and save the ten bucks...

5 Comments

Patrick said:

My favorite part of Bully was where you help the school cook rape the science teacher.

(And by "my favorite part" I mean "the part that made me take the game out of the system and never touch it again.")

Wootini Author Profile Page said:

Seriously? I don't remember that. Must not have made it that far...

Branovices said:

Yeah, it's stuff like that in an otherwise decent game that can ruin it for me. I remember in Saint's Row III, there was a mission where you steal women in cargo containers from sex traffickers... in order to force them into prostitution anyway. I was in the middle of a research paper into the modern slave trade, and having read dozens of first hand accounts of how awful that was... well, I haven't played since.

Patrick said:

Yup. You help her drug his food and haul him into a low-rate motel. Presumably Rockstar figured it would be okay because of the gender reversal, but I can't say as how I agree.

Keith said:

The thought crossed my mind as well, Patrick, that maybe since it was a man being raped instead of a woman, the developers were passing it off as just a joke. But then, don't you do (or help others do) horrible things to people of all types in pretty much every Rockstar game?

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