Summary: Purchased this one (4 Star) and the other one (3 Star) for my Son, he likes them both and that alone is worth 10 bucks each for me, I played through this one which was more a FPS feel and being in the movie feel more than the other one. I was playing them for my son and I did enjoy it while the second one I got pulled away from and haven't made it back yet. My son has though. This one felt a little more FPS like.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game Review by Dad's Gaming Addiction
Dad's Gaming Addiction, Amazon
31 December 2013
Summary: Overall, I found “Ghostbusters: The Video Game” to be an extremely fun romp in the park. There are a few spots in the game to where the difficulty spikes to insane levels, even on the casual difficulty setting. Some of the puzzles don’t have an apparent solution, not until you’ve either Googled the answer or spent hours trying to figure out just what it is you’re supposed to do. Long loading times in between missions can be a bit of a nuisance.
Summary: Ghostbusters 3 is not needed after this game actually, I think everyone brought his A-Game on this one. The game itself is good and the ghost hunting mayhem is very well implemented and pretty close to the movies, although it's a bit hard to learn the mechanics and first and the game would have been much better with a bit more of polish, and more post release patches...
Summary: I like it, but it takes quite a long time to wrangle in a ghost without my hand going numb because you have to use almost every button on the mouse to do it and work it back and fourth for a good while.
Summary: This game, while not the best game in the world, is decent if you know what to do. It's still not too good of a game, but I think you just might like it, BUT ONLY IF YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO! Anyways: END REVIEW!
Summary: Glad to have finally gotten to play this game. It feels like a Ghostbusters story, and the added perk of having the actors voice their characters just makes it all the more enjoyable. The few flaws I noticed could've been just because of me using a laptop computer and not meeting ALL the requirements for the best experience (had to set a few things on low for it to run right, but that's not the game's fault). Despite that I was still able to play, and enjoy the story.