How would you like it if Rockstar Games was planning to bring their classical hit Bully to the next generation on consoles?
Well, we are not saying they are but then again, a trademark registration popped up for Bully Bullworth Academy: Canis Canem Edit (initially reported by JunkieMonkeys).
We know that they own the IP and what gets us wondering is why would they be registering a trademark for it if they weren’t making (or planning to make) a game on it? Fingers crossed!
The original game, Bully aka Canis Canem Edit was released back in 2005 to PlayStation 2, to Windows, Xbox 360 and Wii in 2008 and finally PlayStation 3 in 2012. It is an open world action adventure game based on high school life.
Now that Grand Theft Auto 5 has released and taken the whole world off their feet, could this be the next mega project of Rockstar Games?
It also stands in line with a Rockstar employee CV that has surfaced last month stating that he was working on the “next version of a famous IP.”
This could be wishful thinking but it could also be true as it makes sense. If Rockstar is going to revisit some of their famous games with the next generation I think they would like to start off with something older first.
Of course, they might want to reignite Red Dead Redemption too, but I am thinking that would come later.
So far, Bully has been the only game made and a sequel to it would also be highly appreciated on the next generation on consoles.
The trademark for Bully Bullworth Academy: Canis Canem Edit was registered on November 20, 2013.