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Canis Canem Edit - Bully (PS2)

Platform : PlayStation2
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3.6 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00122M1ZW
  • Item Weight: 32 g
  • Release Date: 7 Dec. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 9,904 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Canis Canem Edit, or Bully, is a fantastic game. Although the missions are relatively easy, the amount of missions, their scope and variety still make it a lot of fun. I was engrossed in this game, and played all the main missions, side missions, extras etc, of which there are plenty.
The world of Bullworth and the surrounding area is well thought out, and the attention to detail is stunning; you enjoy just walking around...
The game also does a good job of fleshing out the characters, unusual for most games, and you know the personalities of them; it also has excellent voice work and a great soundtrack.
Pretty near to game perfection in my eyes, and for the price its at now, are you nuts!! go buy...NOW!
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At first look, we can see that Canis Canem Edit has a School theme. The certification says `15'. The cover clearly hints at a game involving School kids, and at School kids' violence. The Latin pretensions of the title heavily hint at a Public School setting. The title of the game at its transatlantic release was 'Bully', although this was changed to the less inflammatory `Canis Canem Edit', or Dog Eat Dog. So why the 15 certification if this is a kids game? Is it really an adult game with a kid's theme? My opinion is noted further below, but first, more about the game.
A summary of the main story; Jimmy is a trouble-maker arriving in a new residential school. In his effort to establish himself, all his actions and choices will have an effect on one of the groups of protagonists which exist in and around the school, namely, the Bullies, the Preppies, the Nerds, the Jocks, the Greasers and the Townies. Doing favours for individuals, teachers, pupils and others will increase Jimmy's status. But where he gains respect within a particular gang, he can at the same time lose respect with rival groups. The missions begin in Bullworth Academy and its grounds and expand to the surrounding town, suburbs, residential and industrial areas as the storyline progresses, and the tasks Jimmy completes will allow him to progress in social stature through the making and breaking of friendships and alliances.
What we have here is a game containing sufficient knockabout violence of a playground rumble type to get the blood temperature up a little, but with no death, or maiming, or noticeable injury. None. And this is what separates it from other comedy/gore games of the GTA genre. If you wanted to classify Canis Canem Edit as `GTA Lite', then you would be close to the mark.
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My son loves this game and can be quite engaging to play. similiar in style to Gta's, with a few good puzzles throwed in. Dont belive all the bullying rubbish reports you read about this game.
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I have all the GTA games and also Red Dead Redemption, I enjoy them all, and I can honestly say I was disappointed with this game. I think it fails in 3 areas: AI/ Gameplay, Story and Moral/ Ethical Balance.

AI and gameplay:
The gameplay is similar to GTA, in that you run around completing missions. If you skip class or beat up someone you shouldn't (girls, younger people) the hall monitors or prefects come and get you. However, unlike any of the GTAs, they are over zealous, and will come and get you if you are 1 minute late for class. They also chase you for apparently no reason much of the time, including if you have your weapons out, unlike GTA. It makes playing the game as you are supposed to (as a troubled ruffian) very hard, and frankly it is easier and better to go to class and be good. In GTA you can usually get away with knocking into other cars (not Police) or shooting one person before the police come, and the controls sometimes make these actions inevitable even though you don't mean to. The controls are almost identical in Bully (Canis Canem Edit), and so you get penalised for accidentally hitting people because of poor game design.

Story:
The story is paper thin, even for the makers of GTA. It is obvious from the start who is evil and what you are eventually going to have to do. Why bother playing? I like a bit of suspense... The stories are always quite constrained even in these supposedly "open world" games, but this is extremely limiting. The story leaves you with no real choices at all as they are entirely superficial in this game. Arguably as they are in GTA 4, but GTA 4 did a better job of hiding the linearity. This was just boring. I also had no empathy for any of the characters.
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This was one of my favourite games on ps2 it's good fun to play an easier ride than gta but the game area is massive when you unlock everything you have scraps with other pupils throw eggs fire a catapult stink bombs and loads more a very fun game to play
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