Rockstar have released Bully (known as Canis Canem Edit in the UK) and Manhunt on the PlayStation 4. The two title suddenly arrived on the PlayStation’s Europe store unexpectedly with no pre-announcement from Rockstar.
Both title will be using the Playstation 4’s PS2 emulator, allowing them to be played at 1080p as well as full trophy support and all the other expected features, Share Play, Remote Play and Activity Feeds. Both games are prices at £11.99.
Bully first released back in October on 2006 took Rockstars open world formula and put it into a school setting. Players took control of Jimmy Hopkins as he fought and egged his way to becoming the top of the schools cliques. It was a much more lighthearted game compared to most of Rockstar’s other titles. Offering a chance to see how the type of people that would show up in a GTA game were back in school.
Manhunt was released in November 2003. It was a stealth survival horror with a twisted physiological thriller tale weaved throughout its story. It was a Rockstar North (the studio behind Grand Theft Auto) developed game and ended up at the center of much controversy due to that games extreme violence. The game was banned in New Zealand, refused calcification in Australia and in Germany all copies of the game were confiscated. You played as James Earl Cash, a prisoner on death row who finds himself as the subject of a snuff film. If he can can survive he will earn his freedom.
Are you happy more PS2 games are coming to the PS4? Are you happy that these two games have come? What PS2 classics would you like to see come to the Playstation 4? Do you even care about playing PS2 games on your PS4?