Rockstar’s Houser horrified with Bully: Scholarship Edition issues on Xbox 360
Rockstar has just found out that many players are complaining that the Xbox 360 version of Bully: Scholarship Edition is rather problematic. Reports include audio glitches, framerate problems as well as freezing issues. Know the full details and Sam Houser‘s response after the jump!
Aside from the social pressures affecting the newly released video game Bully: Scholarship Edition (Xbox 360 and Wii), it seems that the version for Microsoft‘s console is also having problems with gamers.
Accordingly, several players have reported that the Xbox 360 build of Bully is suffering from freezing issues, audio glitches, and problematic frame rates. Upon knowing this, Rockstar Games President Sam Houser immediately issued the following statement:
It appears that some older 360s are experiencing framerate issues, freezes and other problems. You have our word that we never experienced any of this in QA – in any of our offices or at Microsoft.
Aside from that, the co-founder of the company also said that they are “horrified” by these reports and are currently working around the clock to fix the problem. Then, Houser assured the fans:
We love our games and put a huge amount of energy and care into making them all that they can be. We would never shove anything out the door – we never have and never will. We apologize to everyone affected for the inconvenience.
As of now, there is still no proposed solution for the problems plaguing Bully: Scholarship Edition for the Xbox 360. Keep checking QJ.NET for updates, as we promise to bring you more news once something new comes up.