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Parents' Ultimate Guide to Support our work! Corona Column 3 Use these free activities to help kids explore our planet, learn about global challenges, think of solutions, and take action. Kid reviews for Bully: Scholarship Edition. Common Sense says More bad behavior in expanded high school sim. Based on our expert review. Based on 11 reviews. Based on 35 reviews. Add your rating. Parents say 11 Kids say Kid, 12 years old March 29, This title contains: Educational Value. This review Helped me decide. Had useful details. Read my mind. Report this review. Teen, 15 years old Written by baesean November 13, Violent High School Sim I really enjoyed playing this game, I will begin by saying, parents, this game is made by the same people who made Grand Theft Auto.
This game is, for whatever reason, nothing like that. This game is bloodless, and in perverted education minigame cases perverted but nothing quite to the extent of Grand Theft Auto. There is no killing, but you can punch, bully, harrass, and tease little kids, teens, and adults Yes, this means cops and prefects however, if caught, you get into some trouble. I would like to call this game Grand Theft MoPed. Kid, 11 years old October 18, This game simply shows how to have FUN. I like it just a pinch more than Grand theft Auto. But I do not see how people compare it to Grand theft Auto.
There is a lot of action, but it's not like that's a bad thing. And swearing just shows how a normal teen is.
Positive Messages. Positive role models. Teen, 14 years old Written by jollygamer September 7, STOP judgeing the title!! The game has some violence. Stop thinking that you always play as a bully. You can stop lo of guys being bullyed you can help them and fight off the bullys. Some parts are educational in the lessons like geography and maths.
Think the parents should stop judgeing the title and if your kids want this then let them get it. Kid, 11 years old April 15, Grand Theft Bicycle. I really like this game. It's really fun, but pretty inappropriate. You can you can give girls flowers and then kiss them, while kissing a girl, you can hear kissing sounds and slight moaning.
I have not gotten to any part where you can kiss a boy, but I'm sure it happens.
Sexual references and calling a boy "girl". Violence wise, you can beat up anyone you want, but there is no blood or gore. When you finish Chapter 1, you can go into town, and that's where you can beat up more people, steal bicycles which makes this game more like Grand Theft Auto.
This game has plenty of bad messages. It also includes drinking, smoking, and drug references, though drugs are never seen or used. The good things about this game are few, but they are there. You can defend the nerds from the jocks, The game is easy to play, and you actually need knowledge of subjects to complete some of the classes. Though in biology, there is some gore, but it's all animated and not that bad.
Overall, though it's not really extreme, you might want to look into this before your kid plays it. Educational Value. Kid, 9 years old January 25, Kid, 10 years old January 16, perverted education minigame Great game but not good for youngsters.
Bully is real fun. The violence is not suitable for some ages though. You can puch or kick and beat up people. You can use stink bombs, firecrackers, sling shots, water ballons, etc. A few sexual remarks, there is a mission where you go into the girl's dorm and steal their things for a teacher.
A panty raid. There is a mission where you take pictures of a women. The role models are pretty bad. Jimmy beats up pretty much anybody but in the end he does help the school by beating up Gary and getting him kicked out. Not very many positive messages come out of this game. But T rating is good, dosen't need a M. Otherwise this game is fun. Teen, 15 years old Written by northcuttjj November 20, Tweens and up, Small children might want to hold off a while I love this open world game. Their is actually some educational value because you are in a school setting but that's about it. You play this game for fun and because you know you wouldn't do the stuff in real life.
There is bad language pretty constant throughout the game. Alcohol and cigars are seen. Sex is limited to kissing Straight or Gay and the ability to sneak in the girls dorms. Violence can be unleashed on anyone with pretty much anything thats non-lethal wether they be kids, students, or cops. This game is fun to play and it's up too you whether you want this in your home or not, but I personally think tweens and up will love it because it reminds them of their school a little bit.
Teen, 14 years old Written by UruguayanGamer June 22, Perfect for Teens! Not so good for 12 and down. A great game. I got it two days ago and I beat it with ease. It also has a lot of fighting, but there are no deaths or KOs at all. Your opponent simply can't take it anymore and lies down on the ground very sore. The classes you take contain educational minigames. But, the characters are very mean and a little crazy, so they are not good role-models. No real positive messages and there is a lot of kissing and a part perverted education minigame you have to take a photo of a not fully dressed girl, but other than that this game is good for a mature thirteen year old and up.
Teen, 15 years old Written by bradley November 12, Got Boring I loved this game when i first got it, and then i got really bored with it. So i never finished it. There was some language, the violence was the most innaproprite, you could assault the staff members.Perverted education minigame
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