Bully was a great entry in the sandbox style that Rockstar have perfected of late – based on events in a school rather than the usual gangster environment that the Grand Theft Auto titles prefer – although Bully is currently unavailable on PlayStation 3 (and actually on sale on the 360 today).
However, a recent ESRB rating has finally locked the game down for Sony’s console, citing “Crude Humor, Language, Sexual Themes, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco, Violence” and awarding it a Teen rating – that’s not unexpected, but the rating is welcome.
Chances are it’s the PS2 version (as is currently the norm with Rockstar) rather than a port of the Xbox 360 version, but seeing as any version is better than no version at all, this can only be good news.
Other Rockstar titles recently awarded a rating include Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, the Midnight Club series and Red Dead Revolver. Make of that what you will…