Take-Two Interactive recently filed a new trademark in Europe for Bully Bullworth Academy: Canis Canem Edit, suggesting that a new Bully project could be in the works.
The application was filed on Nov. 20 and is currently still under examination. The trademark also includes a picture of the crest from Bullworth Academy, the boarding school where the original Bully took place. The second part of the trademark's name, Canis Canem Edit (or Dog Eats Dog in Latin), was an alternate name for the original game in the UK.
Take-Two declined to comment on the trademark.
Bully was released in 2006; it was met with both critical acclaim and controversy. The game was later re-released for Wii and Xbox 360 as Bully: Scholarship Edition. Speaking with Polygon in September, Rockstar's Dan Houser said that he's interested in making another Bully game.
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