Summary: My 7-year old was looking forward to playing this game, but so far, he's found it a little too difficult to navigate and figure out. The ghosts are hard to catch and he's not sure how to do everything yet. He's used to just turning on a DS game and playing it until he's got it figured out. The graphics are pretty good and it looks a lot like the movie - I think my husband might enjoy it more!
Summary: it's a pretty good game once you get the hang of it. Guess I should have read the manual first to determine the point of the game and what controls to use, so I could have explained it to my son better. But regardless my four year old son loves it.
Summary: The long awaited Ghostbusters video game proved well worth the wait on consoles, and naturally, it has found a place on the DS as well. Like its console counterparts, Ghostbusters on the DS features a dynamite script and plenty of other fan service to boot. Gameplay wise, things could be better. Segments of the game involve switching between the four various Ghostbusters, and there are driving moments as well.
Summary: It's finally here, Ghostbusters The Video Game! I've waited over a year for this game and I could have waited anther year. The game is fun when you get use to the controls but it could have had some improvements. The pros and cons of this game have the cons winning, here are some flaws First off, it's a DS system. There are no speaking parts like bigger systems have but some music from the original film can be heard sprinkled thru the game.
Excerpt: Ghostbusters the Video game is a game based on Ghost Busters, the classic 1984 movie. This game is made by Atari and was released in early November 2009. It's strange that characters from such an old movie can be used in making a game some 15 or so years on. ****Objective**** In a nutshell, the objective of the game is to control the ghost busting team, locate the ghosts and zap them with the proton beam's until they are ready to be trapped and disposed of back at...