In November 2011, in an interview with Gamasutra, Rockstar executive Dan Houser revealed it may return to it for a sequel once Max Payne 3 is released. "Contrary to a lot of people, we like to take a little bit of time at the end of a game before starting a sequel, so we can wait for the excitement or disappointment and everything else of the experience to shake down and really see what we should do in the next game," he said. "So we knew that we didn't want to start doing the Bully sequel instantly at that second with those guys – even though it is a property that, like Max, we adore and might come back to in the future. There was just no impetus to do that then. So we said, 'You can do Max, and then we will see what we can do with Bully." --- Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. I have no sympathy for anyone who takes the easy way out. It's selfish and cowardly.
I agree with many others...I found Bully to be rather mediocre, and I don't understand people fawning over it. And I couldn't imagine that it would interest me, haven't been in high school for 6 years.