Bully: Scholarship Edition

Bully: Scholarship Edition Features for Wii

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Welcome to Heads-up, VideoGamer.com's weekly feature which gives you an at-a-glance run-down on the games you'll be able to buy or rent this weekend. Every Tuesday we'll pick out the best of the bunch, link to our reviews and previews and keep you in the video game loop so you have enough time to pre-order for Friday's post. Time to splash the cash.

Recommendation of the Week: No More Heroes, Wii
Suda 51's latest action spectacular finally arrives on Wii this week and it's one all real gamers should enjoy. The game tells the story of Travis Touchdown, an anime fan who lives in the fictional town of Santa Destroy, California. An unexpected turn of events sees Travis approached by the head hunter for an assassin organisation and Travis must prove himself worthy by defeating ten other killers.

It's a shame the European release features the same censorship as the Japanese release, especially given the North American version has all the blood and gore intact. However, hardcore Wii owners waiting for an adult game to play on their cutesy console should most definitely check this out.

Also out this week
FlatOut: Head On, PSP: Following releases on PS2, Xbox, and Xbox 360, the FlatOut franchise has made its way, carnage intact, to the Sony handheld. We're big fans of the home console versions and this PSP edition does nothing to change that.

Odin Sphere, PS2: Vanillaware's gorgeous 2D side-scrolling action RPG makes it to Europe this week under the wing of Square Enix and we're thrilled to see it, complete with optimised video for PAL gamers and the original 60Hz video mode. It's not often the PS2 has a release to make other consoles jealous, but this is certainly one to dust off your console for.

Harvest Moon: Magical Melody, Wii: With the huge success of MySims and no sign of Animal Crossing on Wii, this fun farming game should cultivate some interest in the casual Wii gamer. In addition to the regular farming duties, players will also be able to enjoy a selection of mini-games with friends.

And the rest...
Turning Point: Fall of Liberty (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)
Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn (Wii)
Magic Made Fun (DS)
Dragon Quest Monsters: Joker (DS)
The Spiderwick Chronicles (PS2, Wii, Xbox 360, PC, DS)
Bomberman Land (Wii)
Bomberman Land (PSP)
Bomberman Land Touch! 2 (DS)
Brain Assist (DS)
Ninja Reflex (DS, Wii)
Jack Keane (PC Games)
Fantasy Wars (PC)
Star Trek Conquest (Wii, PS2)
Jumper: Griffin's Story (Wii)
Kawasaki 4x4 Quad Bikes (Wii)
Kidz Sports Basketball (Wii)
Kidz Sports Ice Hockey (Wii)
Monster Trux Off Road (Wii)
Mythmakers Orbs of Doom (Wii)
Toy Golf Extreme (PS2)
The Waterhorse: Legend of the Deep (PS2)
Fish Tycoon (DS)
101 Dino Pets (PC)
AMF Bowling: Pinbusters! (Wii)
Bratz Super Babyz (PC)
Build A Bear Workshop (DS)
Buzz The Pop Quiz (PS2)
Classic British Motor Racing (Wii)
Coded Arms Contagion (PSP)
Command And Destroy (DS)
Trixie in Toyland (Wii)
Trainz Railway Simulator (PC)
Mr Bean (DS)
Postman Pat (DS)
Rig Racer ll (Wii)
Showtime Boxing (DS)

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Ghost5's Avatar


I am glad that this is eventually getting released :D
Posted 16:15 on 12 March 2008
Wido's Avatar


Indeed it does Bloodstorm, only No More Heros floats my boat in that little review. And there seem to be alot of Wii titles in there, like Harvest Moon I can remember that game being a massive hit for the gamecube.

I wonder if it would that well on the Wii???
Posted 14:20 on 11 March 2008
Bloodstorm's Avatar


You do know in an interview the creator likened US (yes, me and you) to the japanese market, he believed that we like a more action adventure and that the USA market only likes blood and gore.

I see this as a compliment since blood doesn't make a good game.
Posted 13:29 on 11 March 2008

Game Stats

Release Date: 07/03/2008
Developer: Rockstar Vancouver
Publisher: Rockstar
Genre: Action
No. Players: One
Rating: BBFC 15
Site Rank: 15,141 253
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