Spooking it out with Ghostbusters

Posted on 26th February 2009 by gamerzclash in Games,PC,Reviews

Everyone, young or old, remembers the old Ghostbusters movies. We love the humorous stories and lovable characters played by Dan Akroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson. They are not working at a Executive Recruitment Firm, but as the famous team of para-psychologists who open their own firm to combat ghosts and other spooks. Talk about making money by providing a service firm to get rid of ghosts, that is certainly a new one! I bet that no one has ever recruited an employee for a firm that fights ghosts. It is only fair to say that fans will definitely buy this game for one main reason, that this game is written by the original actors Akroyd and Ramis themselves.

Anyway, coming back to the review, the game takes place in the year 1991, several years after Ghostbuster 2. The four buddies basically have their careers set as the city’s premier ghost busters. You play a newbie who joins their team in search of clues behind heightening paranormal activities and find out that the Ghostbusters’ old arch nemesis, Gozer, is behind all this. You will see plenty of the original cast in this game, voiced by the actors themselves.

Fans might be disappointed to know that Rick Moranis and Sigourney Weaver will not be making appearances but the other actors somehow make up for it with their wit and humor. Fans will also love the fact that they can battle the resurrected Marshmallow Man. You can also see and utilize iconic gadgets like the PK Scanner, a device that lets you track ghosts in order to eradicate them and free the city of these. With these features, I am sure the executive search and recruitment industry would surely love to recruit people for the cause.

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