Rockstar's "Bully" and "Manhunt" just got PS4 releases
Rockstar Games has shaped many a gamer.
The maker of the Grand Theft Auto series is known for packing its games with memorable worlds and levels, controversial content, and killer soundtracks.
Now Playstation 4 gamers will be able to pick two of Rockstar's under-rated hits on the PSN store.
Bully (also known as Canis Canem Edit) and Manhunt have just landed in the UK Playstation store with brand new HD updates and trophy support.
Bully was a controversial open-world game that saw you control James "Jimmy" Hopkins, an errant teen who landed himself in boarding school with aspirations of being Big Man On Campus.
Originally released for the Playstation 2 in 2006, the game sold 1.5 million copies and received a number of positive reviews for its stellar gameplay (You may remember it being called Canis Canem Edit due to a name change over fears it was a "bullying simulator". It wasn't. It was ace. The secret PS2 Grand Theft Auto game).
Manhunt is perhaps Rockstar's most controversial game. A stealth survival horror game, Manhunt saw you play James Earl Cash, a would-be death row inmate force into a deadly game making snuff films. Infamous for its graphic violence and grim plot, it is very much a "M for Mature" game - certainly not for everyone. But if you can stomach it, you will find gaming's A Clockwork Orange.