No. You would have to by the code separate. If you keep the game I believe when you boot the game up you will asked for it and you can opt to enter to purchase. SO if you want to purchase it simply select that. BTW it's $10.
The game was a success for the most part. I myself played it and loved it. And if Microsoft sees some potential marketing value in the title they would probably make a sequel. If you really wish for a second game then you could try to resort to a post on the forums for the respected section and request a sequel. Doesn't happen often but if Microsoft sees a great number of customers wishing a sequel they may be moved to do so.
If you mean in terms of being a student and participating in school activities to the other stuff. I can't think off the type of my head. But if you appreciate the overall view of going on missions, taking control of a character that is very interesting, and develop a relationship with the game that feels genuine. Then try out the GTA Series as well as Red Dead series. They are all developed by rockstar and hold a general purpose. BY offering variety and an exciting storyline. You should note similarities once you play them. Also, if you want specifically for the Wii. Sadly the system isn't that much of an advancement so you can't expect such quality games like Bully. Look into the RPG's they have to offer as I would imagine that's the best it gets.
Well, as always it varies from 1-2 business days to even a whole week. Many people ask the same question because obviously you'd like to get your game fast. But since gamefly really mails your game like a couple hours to a day from the time you have a slot open. It all weighs on the USPS. And they take a long time to do simple stuff like that. SO just set in your mind a absurd date like one week and hopefully you'll receive the game before then and be happy it was quicker then you set it for. (It works for me.)