More NewsRockstar Teases Bully in Back to School Site

Rockstar Teases Bully in Back to School Site

While Rockstar Games' "Bully" won't be out until mid-October, the controversial publisher of the "Grand Theft Auto" series went so far as to create a Facebook page to promote the game

While Rockstar Games’ “Bully” won’t be out until mid-October, the controversial publisher of the “Grand Theft Auto” series went so far as to create a Facebook page to promote the game. The said page actually resides on Rockstar’s site, but takes a page from the popular online social networking hangout.

The Bully Web site links to the “Student & Faculty Facebook, an interactive yearbook with video and profiles of faculty and students. You can even pick up a virtual pencil and pink rubber eraser to doodle on the class pictures and have some fun.

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