To achieve 100% completion in Bully, Bully: Scholarship Edition, and Bully: Anniversary Edition, the player must meet all of the following: Complete all 52 story missions.
Story missions, side missions and errands. There are 52 story missions and 24 side missions in total, all of which must be 100% completed. You can recognize a story mission by the gold star and the side missions by the red star.
Focusing on the main objectives, Bully: Scholarship Edition is about 14½ hours long. If you are a gamer who aspires to see all aspects of the game, it will probably take you around 27 hours to 100% complete it.
You’re in luck because there are 50 different errands you can run for Bullworth’s needy residents. You just have to be in the right place at the right time.
Final Showdown is the final mission in Bully as well as the final boss fight. It is available in Chapter 5 and starts automatically after Complete Mayhem.
Achieve 100% completion. In order to 100% complete Bully, Bully: Scholarship Edition, and Bully: Anniversary Edition, the player must complete all of the following: Complete all 52 story missions. Complete all 16 side missions (24 missions in Scholarship Edition and Anniversary Edition).
The golden suit can be unlocked by purchasing and unlocking all the clothes.
One hour in face-off is measured in real-time as one minute, so a full day of gameplay is 18 minutes.
In the original version of Bully (PlayStation 2), there are six classes; Chemistry, English, Art, Gym, Shop and finally Photography. Four more classes will be added to play in Scholarship and Anniversary Editions; biology, music, geography and mathematics.
Old Bullworth Vale is located in the northwestern part of the town of Bullworth. It is built on the side of a large hill. At the bottom of the hill are several small shops and a large outdoor mall. At the top of the hills is the residential area where the Preppies and their wealthy families live.
The PC version uses W A S D and moves the mouse in the appropriate direction by default. If he does this successfully, Jimmy uses either his foot, knee, or head to throw the ball back in the air. Failure will result in him making a mistake and dropping the ball on the ground.
Gary. After careful consideration by his parents he is committed to Happy Volts Asylum where he undergoes 3 hour daily therapy sessions and is forced to take his medication.
Following the release of the Scholarship Edition, Rockstar New England began work on a sequel to Bully. Despite the best efforts of Rockstar’s new division, the project was quietly shelved in 2010.