Rockstar boss blames "older 360s", company working hard to rectify problems
Following reports of technical problems being suffered by some owners of Bully for the Xbox 360, Rockstar boss Sam Houser has responded by apologising, and assuring fans that the company is working hard to find and fix the problems.
"We have just become aware of the issues people are having with Bully Scholarship Edition on Xbox 360," Houser told Kotaku. "It appears that some older 360s are experiencing frame rate 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. I am horrified, and we are now working around the clock to rectify this situation."
Houser went on to reiterate the developer's commitment to quality, and hint that any problems being experienced had nothing to do with having to release the game before it was complete.
"We love our games and put a huge amount of energy and care into making them all that they can be," he said. "We would never shove anything out the door - we never have and never will.
"We apologise to everyone affected for the inconvenience."
Bully: Scholarship Edition was released in the US on Tuesday, and is set for release in the UK tomorrow. There is no word as yet regarding specific details on how old the Xbox 360 consoles are that are suffering from problems, and how many are actually affected.