Bully PS2/Xbox 360 hits shelves in Japan

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This morning ZeniMax Asia put out a press release announcing that they’ll be shipping Bully to PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360 on July 24th to Japanese retailers. Developed by Rockstar Games, the critically-acclaimed game allows you to experience the life of a troublesome schoolboy. Originally released on the Xbox 360 in 2008 and the PlayStation®2 in 2006, this is the first time the game will be available to the Japanese market.

To read the full press release, head here.

Rising Site

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In a continued effort to make our websites accessible to folks around the world, this week we launched the Japanese version of our official site.

As you may already know, ZeniMax Asia, is responsible for publishing/distributing Bethesda titles to Japan and other Asian territories — games like Fallout 3, Star Trek: Conquest and Star Trek: Legacy. ZeniMax Asia will also be publishing titles from other developers. As you’ll notice on the homepage, ZeniMax Asia is bringing Rockstar’s Bully to PS2 and Xbox 360.

For more details on ZeniMax Asia, check out the press release we put out back in April.