Summary: If you're a fan of the movies you'll enjoy this. You're a new cadet in training Ghostbuster, you get to play with all the little gadgets they use, and plenty of elements from the movies are blended in to make this both a new and nostalgic experience.
Summary: LONG REVIEW Let me start out by saying that I absolutely love the Ghostbusters films. As a kid, I owned virtually every Ghostbusters toy that was on the market. The proton pack, the ghost trap, the Ecto-1, figures of Bill Murray's portrayal as Peter Venkman, etc. Literally anything I could get my hands on. These toys were creative, inventive, functional on a level that it was a legitimate good time (as a 6 year old child) to play with.
Summary: Surprisingly good but far from perfect. There are no issues with the game mechanics and the actual act of catching a ghost in a trap is fun, challenging and appropriate to the movies. Weirdly the problem lies in the linear content which rarely points you in the right direction, locks you in place and has some rather rum dialogue choices.
Summary: This game really nails it. Since we are probably never getting a Ghostbusters 3 from the original cast, this is the third movie. The game is fun and it actually plays well. It's truly unique in a world of copycat first person shooters or third person action titles. Even if you're not a Ghostbusters fan, this is a solid playthrough. It's also the reason I got a Ps3 in the first place.
Summary: Hey there! Now Ghostbusters on Atari/NES were pretty bad games. But you can forget that, because this game is just as good as the other games on the PS3/Wii/Others! It does remind me of The Force Unleashed. The only thing I didn't like was that you can't drive the Ecto-1. But that's it. Highly recommended.