Bully SE: Earnest Jones (Nerds) Testing Strength (vs All Bosses)

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Bully: Scholarship Edition (PC)
Earnest Jones Fights

Testing Strength with Earnest Jones (Nerds/100HP)
All Bosses (Leaders & Seconds Bosses)

Davis White (Bullies - 200HP)
Bif Taylor (Preppies - 500HP)
Norton Williams (Greasers - 650HP)
Peanut Romano (Greasers - 300HP)
The Mascot (Jocks - 450HP)
Damon West (Jocks - 375HP)
Omar Romero (Townies - 300HP)

Derby Harrington (Preppies - 500HP)
Johnny Vincent (Greasers - 300HP)
Ted Thompson (Jocks - 200HP)
Edgar Munsen (Townies - 400HP)
Gary Smith (Non Clique - 300HP)
Russell Northrop (Bullies - 800HP)


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Bully, originally released in the PAL region as Canis Canem Edit,[1] is an action-adventure video game developed by Rockstar Vancouver and published by Rockstar Games. It was released on 17 October 2006 for the PlayStation 2. A remastered version of the game, subtitled Scholarship Edition, was developed by Mad Doc Software and released on 4 March 2008 for Xbox 360 and Wii, and on 21 October 2008 for Microsoft Windows. Bully was re-released for PlayStation 4 available via PlayStation Network on 22 March 2016. An updated version of the Scholarship Edition, titled Anniversary Edition, was developed by War Drum Studios and released for Android and iOS on 8 December 2016.
Set within the fictional town of Bullworth, the story follows juvenile delinquent student James "Jimmy" Hopkins, who is involuntarily enrolled at Bullworth Academy for a year, and his efforts to rise through the ranks of the school system in order to put a stop to bullying. Players control Jimmy as he attempts to become more popular within the school's various "cliques", in addition to attending classes and completing side missions. The game is played from a third-person perspective and its world is navigated on foot, skateboard, scooter, bicycle, or go-kart. In the Scholarship Edition, a two-player competitive multiplayer mode lets two players compete for the highest score in different classes.
Despite initial controversy for its expected violence and homosexual content, Bully received positive reviews, with praise directed at the game's missions, narrative as well as the characters and their development. Criticism was reserved for its presentation and glitches. The original version of Bully sold over million copies, and received multiple year-end accolades.

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