Bully 2? No, I don't think so.

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User Info: Scrib

9 years ago#11
I don't have a link ready or anything, but I thought I would just chime in and say that that analyst later changed his mind and said that a sequel was indeed likely. I believe it was the sales figures after the winter holidays that convinced him.
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User Info: RiKuToTheMiGhtY

9 years ago#12
I don't know how Manhunt was good enough in sales and popularity to warrant a sequel, I played it on XBOX and it was boring, Bully however looks to be fun and more known/popular.

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User Info: bohdave

9 years ago#13
Don't get me wrong I have nothing against Manhunt, I had a lot of fun playing that game and would have bought the sequel in a heartbeat had it not been banned over here in the UK, but I felt Bully was a far more entertaining, re-playable game.
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9 years ago#14
Rockstar Games is best known for the Grand Theft Auto series, but as many PS2 owners know, there is another open-world gem in its catalogue. Bully came during the waning months of the PS2, but still sold nearly 2 million copies.

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User Info: scannerfish

9 years ago#15
That guy did change his mind . Bully sold like hotcakes.
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