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Bully music composer reveals sequel

Says he'll be working on it soon.

Bully composer Shawn Lee has revealed that he will be working on a sequel for Rockstar.

"Yes. It looks like I will be doing the soundtrack for Bully 2 in the not so distant future," Lee told The Gaming Liberty (via Kotaku). It's the first we've heard of the game.

Bully was released in the UK in October 2006, but was called Canis Canem Edit after pressure from anti-bullying groups. Appearances, however, were deceptive - Bully had less to do with thumping nerds than it did sticking up for them.

The GTA-in-an-education-setting struck a high note with critics and consumers alike, triggering a PC, Wii and Xbox 360 conversion under the name Bully: Scholarship Edition.

We've asked Rockstar for comment.

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