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Bully trademark registered by Take-Two

Take-Two filed a trademark for Bully, which makes us want a sequel all of a sudden.


While it may not have been the runaway success of its other open world games, Rockstar's Bully is still beloved by many. Parent Take-Two Interactive has filed a new trademark application for Bully, making curious types wonder if the company is considering a follow-up to the long-dormant IP.

The trademark application was filed yesterday, nearly seven years since the game's original release. Gamespot notes that a Bully sequel was tabled to work on Max Payne, with Rockstar head Dan Houser telling now-shuttered dev Rockstar Vancouver: "You can do Max, and then we will see what we can do with Bully."

A sequel has been rumored ever since the game's composer name-dropped one. That was four years ago.

Andrew Yoon was previously a games journalist creating content at Shacknews.

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