We all know Rockstar is currently working on Max Payne 3 and GTA V, but what then? Well, for one we hope they start working on their PS3 exclusive Agent, but if that doesn’t happen, they could always churn out Bully 2. In a recent interview with Gamasutra, Rockstar’s VP, Dan Houser explained Rockstar’s philosophy about how they don’t like rushing sequels (other developers should really take note of this). He also went on to proclaim Rockstar’s love for Bully, which would be a logical sequel to expect since that game is over five years old now.
The only way to travel in school
Bully was Rockstar’s satirical look at life in a boarding school. It had all the traits of a Rockstar game, with a Teen rating, of course. The game was first released on the PS2 way back in 2006 after which it was ported to the Xbox360 and the PC. If you haven’t tried this game out yet, we certainly recommend the PC version. It looks the best of the lot and is available at a pretty affordable price on Steam now.