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The Bully franchise has many fans, and the series' latest trademark news will only stoke their passion.
On July 25 Take-Two filed for a new trademark for the franchise, and it runs the usual gamut of video games, downloadables, films, etc.
The game's original developer, Rockstar Vancouver, worked on Max Payne 3, and a few years ago Rockstar vice president Dan Houser said that the company never intended to dive right into a Bully sequel immediately. Now that Max Payne 3 is done, perhaps work will begin in earnest on Bully 2.
Our TakeI don't think a Bully game is coming any time soon, but Rockstar is too committed to its properties for this to merely be a legal formality.
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I would love for there to be another Bully game in development. I certainly hope this is a sign of things to come.
I never got around to playing Bully (Sacrilegious I know) but I am excited to hear about this possible Bully 2.
Give me great sequels to the Bully and Manhunt franchises (not to mention another chapter in the RDR series) and I will *** an ocean in my pants