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Genesis was particularly known for its unique sound and visual style, which Ghostbusters took full advantage of for their Genesis debut. The caricature-like look of the characters is great, as are the cartoony (yet genuinely frightening) ghosts who populate the labyrinthine houses that make up this game's 5 levels. Hunting around for bosses is a fun idea, and it feels like a 16-bit precursor to Shadow of the Colossus in that respect.One qualm, though: why no Winston Zedemore? Come on, guys, Wins...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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