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Friday, 02 August 2013 07:53

Bully trademark renewed by Take-Two

Written by David Stellmack

Still no word if a sequel is in development

Take-Two Interactive has renewed the trademark for Bully which was a Rockstar developed title of old. The title is often misunderstood, but surprisingly the first installment in the franchise turned out to be actually a very good adventure game.

While Take-Two filed last week to renew the trademark for the game, we still have heard nothing about a possible Bully sequel. Of course if they are going to do a sequel, renewing the trademark would be a good move.

If a sequel were in development, many sources seem to believe that it would be in development at Rockstar Vancouver who is the same studio that did the first Bully game. At this point if it is in development sources also believe that it would be a next-gen title, but that is of course open to debate. If it is in development, they have done a good job in hiding it, because everyone time someone asks about it no one seems to know anything about it.

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