Bully Being Revamped for 360 and Wii – No PS3?

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Rockstar has just announced that their critically acclaimed but badly selling Bully is going to be making an appearance on the 360 and Wii early next year.

Bully: Scholarship Edition is coming with some extra content and the obviously enhanced graphics, but apart from that they haven’t given anything else away.

Why no PS3 version though? Since the original Bully was a PS2 game you would expect its big brother to be getting the new version as well?

Rockstar’s Bully Being Revamped for 360, Wii news from 1UP.com

Last Updated: October 23, 2007

Gavin Mannion

I for one welcome our future robotic overlords

  • J4NR1K

    They can still play the PS2 version on most PS3’s?

  • LazySAGamer

    yeah but obviously without the added content and enhanced graphics. But maybe that is why they are not creating a PS3 version?

  • J4NR1K

    Does the PS3 not create 4D Graphics from PS2 content.. ? 🙂

  • Milesh Bhana

    isn’t it a bit early in the morning to be PS3 bashing? (ok, fine it’s never too early!)

    I think the reason is that Rockstar is using all the PS3 resources they have, to get that new title (LA Noire?) and GTA4 running 100% on the PS3. GOOD PS3 programmers are apparently hard to find.

  • Ruslan

    I forgot PS3’s wont have BC anymore so that would kill the game for PS gamers… or is this due to the market share spread of the consoles?

  • doobiwan

    I think that was the assumption – that PS3 owners could play the BC version. Oh well such is life, and Sony “is living”…

  • papa-action

    The game never sold very well in the first place and now they are trying different markets. Why would they try sell the same game to the same market that didn’t like it when it was released the first time around?

  • well I for one will buy it for my 360… just wish they will do the same for manhunt 2… Manhunt 1 was one of my fave games on ps2

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