Rockstar Games has been known for always releasing great video games over the years, including the ones likes of Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead Redemption and Bully. If the last one sounds familiar it means that you are an old school player.
The game was first released on the PS2 back in 2006 and it was considered as one of the most entertaining games of 2006, so entertaining that Rockstar Games immediately created a PC and Xbox 360 edition of it.
Now it looks like Rockstar Games is about to seize another market because they just released “Bully: The Anniversary Edition” for iOS and Android powered devices.
The game provides players with an immersive free roam world that was filled with adventures and challenges around each corner. The mobile player will be able take the role of Bully, a troubled kid that was sent to boarding school where players will then soon find out that every student and teacher there has a problem with bully.
The mobile version of the game includes all the Bully DLCs and it has been updated with higher quality graphics so that players could enjoy the game regardless of its age. Because the game is being played on a mobile device, the Taptic Enginge Feedback function has been included as well.
To make the game more appealing, Rockstar Games has added a new “Friend Challenges” game mode in which players can compete with their friends in mini games.
Also worth mentioning is that the game can be played on Android 4.0 OS or better and also on at least Apple’s iPhone 5 and iPad 2 Mini 2 or better. What’s interesting is that the game can be acquired for $6.99 which is $7 dollars cheaper than the PC version.