Bully is one of gaming's most notorious titles. The game puts you in the role of… well, a bully. You spend each day at Bullworth Academy terrorizing your classmates and teachers, which turns out to be a pretty interesting video game. There's a ton of fun to be had within the game's confines.
Now that we're well into the eighth console generation, gamers are wondering if there will ever be a continuation for the series. Bully, though a sixth-generation game, was released in updated versions on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. It would be awesome if its developers would do the same for the Playstation 4 and Xbox One. Will we ever see a Bully 2? Only time will tell, I'd imagine.
At any rate, game designer Wesley Arthur has done something impeccable. He's recreated Bullworth Academy inside Unreal Engine 4. For those of you who may not know, Unreal Engine 4 is currently the top dog as far as game development tools go. Most studios have opted to use this technology, created by Epic Games, as their primary workhorse.
I haven't played much Bully myself, but from what little time I spent with the game, I can say that Arthur has done a really swell job. The attention to detail is near-perfect. Any Bully fan should take a few minutes out of their day to check out this video, which shows what Arthur has done: