It was revealed back in July that Take-Two had filed a new trademark for their high school set action adventure title, Bully. Today, Junkie Monkeys discovered that a similar trademark had recently been filed for the European Union. The given title is Bully Bullworth Academy: Canis Canem Edit, which consists of all of the words that were on the original North American cover art of the game. In Europe, it was titled Canis Canem Edit and featured slightly different artwork.

It originally launched on the PS2 in 2006, with an Xbox 360 and Wii port, the “Scholarship Edition” following two years later. The possibility of this latest news tallying with the possibility of development of a sequel is backed up by the discovery of a Rockstar New England employee’s LinkedIn profile just last month that stated the studio was currently working on the “next version of a famous IP“. And let us not forget that that studio was also the one that crafted the PC and Xbox 360 versions of the original game.

Continue to file it as a rumour for now, but it is looking ever more likely, and we will be sure to bring you news of Rockstar’s next project, whatever it happens to be, whenever it finally comes to light.

Bully - CCE

Source(s) – Junkie Monkeys

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