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Bully 2

Posted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 12:23 pm
by Gerjaffers
I don’t think there will be a bully 2 after red dead 2 because rock star games have to release gta 6 or agent or a new midnight club game after it so I don’t see how bully 2 can come out
Who agrees?
Thank You

Re: Bully 2

Posted: Tue Oct 31, 2017 6:35 pm
by Shrimp

Re: Bully 2

Posted: Wed Nov 01, 2017 3:07 pm
by Flyken
Well Rockstar has multiple subsidiaries that don't solely work on one project at a time. So if GTA 6 was being developed, another studio could be working on Bully 2, which wouldn't be as big to work on as their flagship game GTA.

Re: Bully 2

Posted: Thu Nov 02, 2017 8:10 am
by King Cobra
Agent we last heard of YEARS ago at an e3 event to be a Playstation exclusive. Since then we haven't even heard anything or seen any content. It's at the point where people started saying it was dumped due to the lack of content and little response from Rockstar.

As for GTA and Midnight Club, these are the most popular titles they have. I think they need to slightly back away from these since they are sitting on other titles. Manhunt is one of them. We have wanted another Manhunt for almost as long as Bully 2.

It's been so long that now people are losing hope in Bully and Manhunt all together,

I feel it's a good timing for the new Red Dead Redemption. Been quite a while. Nice to know it hasn't died.

At the same time though, I always ask that question "What were they thinking?" when they make something other than Bully or Manhunt. These games have been sitting around for YEARS getting older and more dusty. Yet, there still remains a loyal fanbase of who wants to see another.

Playing a bit of devil's advocate, looking through the glasses of devs:

Major titles from old eras can result in high expectations. So high they can't be reached. Rockstar may be in such a position with Bully that they fear this.

We expect the next game to have that same quality and feeling the original did. A lot of companies get marked as shit just because they couldn't reach the expectations of people.

It's part to why many companies just keep making games that sell and rely on them rather than take a chance. Reputation is a big factor in keeping business going.