Reviews and Problems with Ghostbusters The Video Game
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It's a Trap!
C. Harper "Bogard", Amazon
13 August 2014
Summary: I played this game for a grant total of 5 minutes. The game is not user friendly and the graphics suck. Get the PS3 version. The delivery was fast, and the service was excellent. Pricing was pretty cheap at only $8 so even though the game was a snooze the seller had no fault of their own.
Summary: It isn't a fair game without cheating. I couldn't even beat the first mission without having to start from the beginning. It is only enjoyable with the AR code for infinite health. The graphics are not very good. If you wanted a good version of this game, then go for a console version instead. The PS3 version is fun, the Wii version has the cartoon characters with added mechanics that work, and there is one for the XBox 360 too.
Summary: This game is boring, repetitive, and dreadful. It's always the same missions and ghosts. After playing it for a few times you get bored with it quickly. The graphics are decent but you can never tell which Ghostbuster your playing because it's so microscopic. You always have to play four and not just one. It's a painful game to play and you'll get quickly bored. Skip Ghostbusters on DS.
Summary: This is, by far, one of the worst games I've ever played for the Nintendo DS. Maybe I suck at this game, but it seems that all aspects of it are either impossibly hard or ridiculously easy. At the start of each mission you have to race to the location in the car (Ecto-1) through dark and foggy streets with only a fraction of a map to look at. You're given a time limit (it seems hauntings just clear themselves up if it expires.