It was more like you were a pugilist punk in a school full of bullys, you were the one to bring them down a peg and unify everybody. Of course you could be a bully if you wanted. It sounds dumb, but it is probably my favorite Rockstar game.
Never played Canis Canem Edit, but is it just literally a game about dogs eating each other or something? Why would that be fun?
Never played Horizon Zero Dawn, but is that the game where you wake up at Zero hour to watch dawn coming over the horizon?
Yes and no, because you do deal with some too. If you wanna play the jerk im the game, sure you can bully people, but it is not the main appeal of the game.
Could you not even be bothered to take the 10 seconds to look up what it was before making an opinion??
Gotta say this post produced a good amount of laughs from me.
No, that’s not what it was about. The media had an absolute field day when this game came out because that’s what they thought as well.
It was basically GTA gameplay in a school
The name is a marketing gimmick. The game is basically less-extreme GTA where you play a tough, intense high school kid in a town instead of an adult criminal in a city. You deal with high school politics, improve your lot, work through a story about your family and friends.
You know, I never really gave bully a chance, but this nakes ne interested since I've been enjoying Rockstars games a lot lately.
I honestly don't remember too well about the checkpoint system specifically, although I do recall it having better QOL features and being more forgiving than comparable GTA games from the same era. I played it a few years ago when it came to PS4 and while I think it's an underrated game the technical performance was fucking rough. I would strongly recommend it on PC if you can, or Xbox BC if it's supported.