A sequel to Rockstar Games’s 2006 title Bully – or Canis Canem Edit as it was bizarrely known in the studio’s native UK- has long been rumoured, as it’s a fairly beloved game from a definitely beloved developer. Despite a recent tease in the latest online expansion for Grand Theft Auto 5, we still appear to be no closer to getting a Bully 2 than PC owners are to the original Red Dead Redemption. Now a new report by VideoGamesChronicle suggests that Bully 2 was in development, at some point between Red Dead Redemption’s May 2010 release and the end of 2013 – and yet that work “fizzled out” according to “sources with knowledge of development” that VGC spoke to. According to VGC’s sources, Rockstar co-founder Dan Houser and a few other developers had sketched out a script for Bully 2 shortly after the first game’s release – and that Jimmy, the protagonist of the first game, would return. However, one of the main problems the team had was in deciding exactly where the story would take Jimmy.
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