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[[File:Bully Cover.jpg|right|thumb|Playstation 2 Bully boxart.]]
 
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'''Bully''', also known as '''Canis Canem Edit''', is a third person action-adventure video game released by [[Rockstar Vancouver]] for the [[PlayStation 2]]. The game was released as '''Bully: Scholarship Edition''' for the [[Xbox 360]], Wii and [[PC]]. Bully: Scholarship Edition was released by Rockstar Vancouver, with [[Rockstar New England|Mad Doc Software]] (now known as Rockstar New England), involved with the development. The game uses an advanced [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] engine through [[Renderware]].
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'''Bully''', also known as '''Canis Canem Edit''', is a third person action-adventure video game released by [[Rockstar Vancouver]] for the [[PlayStation 2]]. The game was released as '''Bully: Scholarship Edition''' for the [[Xbox 360]], Wii and [[Personal Computer|PC]]. Bully: Scholarship Edition was released by Rockstar Vancouver, with [[Rockstar New England|Mad Doc Software]] (now known as Rockstar New England), involved with the development. The game uses an advanced [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]] engine through [[Renderware]].
  
 
The game follows the story of fifteen year old troublemaker Jimmy Hopkins.
 
The game follows the story of fifteen year old troublemaker Jimmy Hopkins.
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Similarly to the [[Manhunt]] series, it is possible that Bully takes place in the same "universe" as the [[Grand Theft Auto]] games, based on a few small references in both Bully and [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] that link the two:
 
Similarly to the [[Manhunt]] series, it is possible that Bully takes place in the same "universe" as the [[Grand Theft Auto]] games, based on a few small references in both Bully and [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] that link the two:
 
*Bullworth Academy, the main setting of Bully, appears briefly in an episode of [[I'm Rich]] in GTA IV, where it is shown as being one of fifteen "exclusive boarding schools" [[Jill Von Crastenburg]] was sent to.
 
*Bullworth Academy, the main setting of Bully, appears briefly in an episode of [[I'm Rich]] in GTA IV, where it is shown as being one of fifteen "exclusive boarding schools" [[Jill Von Crastenburg]] was sent to.
*In the opening cutscene for the Shop class in Bully, a GTA III Era [[Stallion]] can be seen being repaired. The car has a similar paint job to the [[Diablo Stallion]] (but lacks the hood-mounted supercharger).
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*In the opening cutscene for the Shop class in Bully, a [[3D Universe]] [[Stallion]] can be seen being repaired. The car has a similar paint job to the [[Diablo Stallion]] (but lacks the hood-mounted supercharger).
*Several cars that can be found around Bullworth are similar (but not identical) to vehicles from the GTA III Era, like the [[Washington]], the [[Police Rancher]], the [[Regina]], the [[Yankee]] and the [[Boxville]].
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*Several cars that can be found around Bullworth are similar (but not identical) to vehicles from the 3D Universe, like the [[Washington]], the [[Police Rancher]], the [[Regina]], the [[Yankee]] and the [[Boxville]].
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*The mission [[Vinewood Souvenirs - Tyler]] in [[Grand Theft Auto V]] has a secondary objective called ''Weed Killer'', which is the name of a mission in Bully.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:42, 29 December 2013

Playstation 2 Bully boxart.

Bully, also known as Canis Canem Edit, is a third person action-adventure video game released by Rockstar Vancouver for the PlayStation 2. The game was released as Bully: Scholarship Edition for the Xbox 360, Wii and PC. Bully: Scholarship Edition was released by Rockstar Vancouver, with Mad Doc Software (now known as Rockstar New England), involved with the development. The game uses an advanced Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas engine through Renderware.

The game follows the story of fifteen year old troublemaker Jimmy Hopkins.

Crossovers with Grand Theft Auto

Similarly to the Manhunt series, it is possible that Bully takes place in the same "universe" as the Grand Theft Auto games, based on a few small references in both Bully and Grand Theft Auto IV that link the two:

  • Bullworth Academy, the main setting of Bully, appears briefly in an episode of I'm Rich in GTA IV, where it is shown as being one of fifteen "exclusive boarding schools" Jill Von Crastenburg was sent to.
  • In the opening cutscene for the Shop class in Bully, a 3D Universe Stallion can be seen being repaired. The car has a similar paint job to the Diablo Stallion (but lacks the hood-mounted supercharger).
  • Several cars that can be found around Bullworth are similar (but not identical) to vehicles from the 3D Universe, like the Washington, the Police Rancher, the Regina, the Yankee and the Boxville.
  • The mission Vinewood Souvenirs - Tyler in Grand Theft Auto V has a secondary objective called Weed Killer, which is the name of a mission in Bully.
Character
Jimmy Hopkins
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[[Image::File:Jimmy_Hopkins.jpg| ]]
Appearances Bully
Full Name Jimmy Hopkins
Aliases James
Status

Alive

Gender Gender::Male
Nationality American
Home Bullworth Academy, Bullworth
Family Mrs. Hopkins
Unnamed stepfather
Main Affiliations Nerds
Preps
Greasers
Jocks
Townies
Teachers
Dr. Crabblesnitch
Vehicles Skateboard
Bike
Go Kart
Moped
Voiced by Gerry Rosenthal

External links