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Itís like co-starring in a third Ghostbusters movie with the actual cast.
The gameís a treat for any Ghostbusters fan.
Nice Voice Acting.
Capturing ghosts is cool.
Boss fights are impressive.
Wrangling and trapping ghosts is a blast.
Canít say much about the replay value.
The game loses a bit of momentum towards the end.
Can get repetitive.
Shoddy frame rates.
No co-op in PC version.
Frustrating knockbacks and knockdowns.
Too much reviving, not enough busting.
Combat can get a little monotonous.
By New Game Network on January 02, 2010
There is no doubt that the original Ghostbusters film is one of the most widely known science fiction films of the 1980s, a film that separated itself from the others by being both a hilarious comedy and also an interesting science tale. By contrast,...
By GamePlanet on November 17, 2009
What a trip! Ripped straight from the movie, you warm up your Proton Pack and do battle with some of the film icons, plus a few new ones. A heap of ectoplasmatic fun for anyone who still smiles at the siren sound and the iconic “who you gonna...
By ImpulseGamer on November 01, 2009
The Ghostbusters game has created quite a lot of controversy in the gaming world, more specifically that the XBox 360 and PC version were held back due to Sony but thankfully this embargo has been lifted and now PC users can enjoy the "official" game...
By NZGamer on October 28, 2009
The review for this game has been a long time coming – seriously. Ghostbusters for me, like so many others of my generation, was so much more than a movie; it was a cultural phenomenon. At my house, we had the Ray Parker Jr. 45 that I used to play...
By NowGamer on October 12, 2009
Overall the game makes for an excellent substitute to a true Ghostbusters sequel that may or may not ever come, but the PC version was, sadly, not treated with the same care as the console versions. 6.3/10Print this pageUser reviews (0)Share this...
By TechCentral on August 11, 2009
As I’m typing this review, I can look back and think, “huh, the gameplay was fairly linear, and while it was fun, it wasn’t particularly innovative.” MEET RAY STANZ: The game does a great job at capturing the likeness of our...
By Tech2 on July 22, 2009
Ghostbusters: The game puts you in the boots of a brand new nameless recruit who’s recently enrolled with the Ghostbusters to rid New York of all evil. As with all new recruits you’ll initially be a glorified test dummy who gets to try out...
By BrightHub on July 20, 2009
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By HardOCP on July 01, 2009
Ghostbusters: The Video Game is an amusing little game. It is quite short and lacks multiplayer support, but it was also quite inexpensive, retailing for only $29.99 in store or on Steam. It performs well and looks fantastic, but given its short...
By DarkZero on June 29, 2009
It is with an appropriately cynical eye that the gaming community has been monitoring the progress of Ghostbusters: The Video Game. Sure, it’s easy to get excited about the revival of a popular franchise from two decades ago. We had been promised...
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