Teachers urge stores to boycott "Bully" video game

A group representing 4 million teachers in six countries, including the U.S., wants retailers to stop selling "Bully: Scholarship Edition," a video game that the educators say encourages bullying by rewarding players who harass fellow students and teachers. Developer Rockstar Games, whose updated version of the original game, "Bully," goes on sale today, said that critics were overreacting and that the game was meant purely as entertainment.

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