Summary: This game was OK. It's fun to play but it doesn't have much replay value. It does a good job recreating the characters of the movie and it's entertaining. The game is kind of short so a hardcore gamer could get through it pretty quickly. For a casual gamer who is a Ghostbuster fan, I would recommend you pick it up.
Summary: So first off this is a great game do not get me wrong. I was so excited. The night before it got release I actually happen to pick it up, a store had it out before they were suppose to, here is my review. Gameplay is freaking amazing, I mean you are in the movie it is so good. Levels are designed just right. I don't know who said it was annyoing but it is really good gameplay. Online is fun as well.
Summary: When there's something strange, in your neighborhood, who ya' gunna call? Atari. First of all I would like to thank Atari for finally bringing back my favorite childhood franchise. Unfortunately, it wasn't in a way I expected. Ghostbusters the Video Game is definitely fun. But it, so much like the sequel film, lacked that certain magic that the first film was able to provide.
Summary: Since the 1984 Ghostbusters game by Activision, there have been several attempts to cash in on the hugely successful Ghostbusters franchise with a video game but, like so many games based on films, these have left a lot to be desired. None have managed to replicate the look, feel, style and inherent character which made the films such huge hits. In fact, most have strayed so far from the original source material that very little resemblance can be seen.
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13 June 2010
Summary: Ghostbusters: The video game Platforms: Windows, PS3, XBOX360, Wii, PS2, PSP and DS. Developed by: Terminal Reality (Windows, PS3 and XBOX360), Red Fly Studio (PS2, PSP and Wii) and Zen studios (DS) Published by: Atari (All platforms except PS3, PS2 and PSP in Europe), Sony computer entertainment (European PS3, PS" and PSP) Platform version reviewed: XBOX360.
Pros: Great graphics, great idea. could have been a film.