Reviews and Problems with Ghostbusters: The Videogame
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I thought this was rubbish
Phil Le Gouais, amazon.co.uk
3 October 2013
Summary: I'm not an expert game reviewer so bear with me on the review but I found this difficult to control, a tedious and unengaging. I played it for one evening, left it for a couple of weeks, tried again and never felt inclined to turn it on again.
Summary: This has disappointed in so many ways I think I'll just bullet point my main criticisms before I get carried away and my annoyance makes me hammer the keyboard every time I remember how I felt when I was playing the game. 1. It's got the theme music - but you'll hear it far more than you want to, and I thought it was bad when I just saw the new 118 adverts 2.
Summary: Well just let me start by saying that I am a big fan of ghostbusters and have been ever since I saw the film at the cinema back in 84. Now I had high hopes for this game as I feel that there hasn't been much to look forward to Game wise from the Ghostbusters franchise since the Megadrive version.
Summary: Not Ghostbusters on PS3 unfortunately. Played it last night for the first time and the game play is just too formulaic. More than two ghosts and a bit of debris flying around and there is slow down, so I'm not sure why they're boasting so much about the infernal engine. I agree with previous comments that this game has got PS2 written all over it, in terms of aesthetics and inventiveness of gameplay. It's disappointing overall, i wanted it to be good.