The two Rockstar titles have appeared out of the blue on the PlayStation Store for £11.99 a piece.
Bully puts you in the shoes of Jimmy Hopkins, sent to Bullworth Academy by his parents to try to straighten him out. It's an open world affair that may seem like a diet version of Grand Theft Auto but there's a lot more to it than that.
During your time there you'll have to deal with various gangs of kids who don't take too kindly to outsiders, as well as the prefects who exist to uphold the school's firm rules. In between going to lessons, of course.
Manhunt attracted a lot of attention when it released on PS2, due to the incredibly graphic nature of the murders you are tasked with committing.
In the stealth based horror game you play as James Earl Cash, a death row prisoner who was supposedly executed but was in fact just given a sedative. Waking up in a long time abandoned part of the city you are given instructions, via earpiece, by a man calling himself The Director. Said instructions usually involve killing the roaming gangs of criminals you now share a home with, in any brutally inventive way you wish.
It's definitely not for the faint hearted.
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