Bully Scholarship Edition
Grand Theft Auto IV
Bully Scholarship Edition
Bully: Scholarship Edition takes place at the fictional New England boarding school, Bullworth Academy and tells the story of mischievous 15-year-old Jimmy Hopkins as he goes through the hilarity and awkwardness of adolescence. Beat the jocks at dodge ball, play pranks on the preppies, save the nerds, kiss the girl and ultimately navigate the social hierarchy in the worst school around.
Grand Theft Auto IV
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Excellent pack! It's indeed two of Rockstar's finest games. It's simply one of the best packs you can get, and at a good price. You're gonna love both of the games if you haven't played. One warning: Bully does have a limitation about the keyboard mappings and It's not compatible with the controller either though this is not really a problem. If we ignore that (not a big deal), then you will enjoy two classic games with good stories, a lot of gameplay hours. GTA IV is, of course, open world, tons of missions/side missions, a lot of guns, vehicles, shops, places to explore and go to. One thing I don't like about GTA IV is the SecuROM DRM it still has at Steam. No point in still not removing it. Anyway, it's solid & classic GTA game. Bully, on the other hand, offers a different story. I'm not gonna spoil the story, but there are a lot of stuff to do, it's quite fun, and deserves for sure the fame it has (obviously because it's really good). Even though it's just 2 games in this bundle, it's worth the money you will give for those games. Rating for Bully & GTA IV Pack: 100/100 (yep, they are THAT good.)
Don't get me wrong, these are great games, i think my score reflect this, but damn... Of the two, i liked bully better cause...well, School wasn't a happy experience for me, and the chance to play a gta like game in that setting was certainly intriguing. No, never expected it to be a columbine simulator, as some news stations called it back in the day, just that i can explore the school freely, and beat up the bullies, harassing students, and be a hero for nerds. I was kinda able to do that, and even enjoyed the classes as well. Weird, but then again, rockstar was always good at making minigames... GTA 4 is another deal. The driving is fun, and speeding feels almost real, while a the gunfights are really exciting, and at the time the whole game was gorgeous, and haven't aged badly at all, but i think it takes itself too seriously, or maybe it was my fault? Anyway, this was the point in the series, where the saints row franchise took the lead as my favourite in the open world genre.
Both games are quite fun to play, and are enjoyable for different reasons. I didn't play bully until a year or 2 after it's release but it was quite fun to play and was a great change of scenery from the likes of GTA. With it being set in a school there was lots of opportunities to take and I think Rockstar did a good job on it! GTA IV was a step in the right direction for Rockstar, following the success of GTA Vice City and the hugely popular San Andreas, GTA IV was a chance to show players what else they could offer. Some were disappointed whilst most rejoiced and immediately asked when GTA V was going to be released. A good pack and definitely worth a purchase, perhaps when it's on sale though as £30 is quite a bit to pay if you're just looking for games to pass the time!
I think everybody knows the GTA games. GTA IV is the best version of Grand Theft Auto I have ever played. It has everything GTA games were known for, but it looks so much better than ever before. Now with GTA V it will soon be overshadowed, but still it's a great game filled with action, featuring interesting characters, and great adrenaline pumping sequences. Bully is quite a similar thing, a sandbox game with storyline which is only secondary to gameplay, but now the action moves to school and your character is a schoolboy. But not a sissy of any kind, a real bully, a rough boy who is going to use all the means available to achieve his goals. I must say I had a lot of fun playing this game. It's not completely serious and being a bully can be much more fun than being a gangster.
I think this bundle its awesome. Bully is a legend game. Everyone need to play this game. And GTA IV still awesome game for the PC. Don't thinking just buy it.
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