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    Game » consists of 24 releases. Released Jun 16, 2009

    With a script edited and approved by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis, Ghostbusters: The Video Game is a sequel to the feature length films. Who ya gonna call? GHOSTBUSTERS!

    And That Ghostbuster Is You!

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    Edited By sbritton
    Atari dropped by last week to give Brad and me a look at the Xbox 360 and Wii versions of Ghostbusters: The Video Game. In addition to getting some hands-on time with these versions, we also sat down with Andrew Bermudez, associate producer on the Wii version, and Alexis Habert, a tester at developer Terminal Reality, and recorded a brief podcast discussing the game.

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    Atari's paranormal visit to the Giant Bomb office kicked off with a look at the Wii version of Ghostbusters. When dealing with multiplatform games these days, it's a pretty natural instinct to dismiss the Wii version out of hand, so I feel it's important to make it clear here that Ghostbusters on the Wii isn't going to be just an ugly, slapdash port of the “real” game. It certainly shares a lot of key elements with the other versions of Ghostbusters: The Game, such as plotting, voice-acting, and so on. But Atari's claims that developer Red Fly--which most recently produced the well-received Mushroom Men--developed this version of the game specifically with the Wii in mind seem to hold water. Or at least, ectoplasmic residue.

    What's most immediately striking about the Wii version of Ghostbusters is the cartoony art style, which may be somewhat reminiscent of the old Real Ghostbusters cartoon if you yourself happen to be old, though I think that's selling the look of the game short. All of the returning Ghostbusters look like extreme caricatures of themselves, which seems to benefit Egon in particular, and the environments are similarly colorful and playful. This art style seems to allow the game's visuals a level of simplicity as a choice, rather than a technical necessity. This, I think, will be key to making Ghostbusters on the Wii feel like a real, standalone game, and not just a cheap-looking afterthought.

    Once I actually started playing the game, more unique features became apparent. The controls have, of course, been custom-built for the Wii, and in my short time with the game, they seemed relatively intuitive, letting you move with the analog stick on the nunchuk and aim with the Wii remote. With your unlicensed positron collider strapped to your back, the game basically plays like a third-person shooter, and while I encountered a number of enemies that could just be blasted out of existence, there were some that still required the old wrangle-and-trap method, a process that seems to benefit in particular from the Wii controls.

    The Wii version of Ghostbusters promises some platform-specific touches, which we got to see a few of during our demo. Unlike the other versions, you'll be able to play as either a male or female version of the silent rookie character that joins the Ghostbusters at the start of the game. While Atari isn't talking about co-op play in the other versions of the game, we got to participate in a little two-player splitscreen action, as well as a single-screen battle against the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, which saw our characters dangling over the edge of a skyscraper whilst Stay-Puft climbed it, Kong-style.

    I'll admit, my affinity to the source material could certainly be clouding my judgment here, but I came away from my time with Ghostbusters: The Game on the Wii eager to see more.




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    In terms of broad game mechanics, not much has changed since the last time I got my hands on the Xbox 360 version of Ghostbusters. You've still got multiple weapon types installed in your proton pack, many of which approximate existing shooter weapon archetypes. There was a general level of refinement in this new build, though; the Ghostbusters' character models are looking more like their real-life counterparts and also a little more animated and lifelike than they did a few months ago. Atari was showing off a couple of new levels, one in the bizarro alternate dimension you'll enter from time to time, where everything is off-kilter and creepy-looking. The other was set on top of a building, where I had to trap the spirits of some lewd-talking construction workers before facing off against none other than the Staypuft Marshmallow Man. Or, at least, I got to see him climbing up the side of the building--then I had to give the controller back.

    Even though you're not shooting and killing stuff, per se--the ghosts, ghouls, and specters are already dead, I think--the game seems like it will be immediately accessible to anyone who plays third-person shooters. Your nameless rookie Ghostbuster has a lateral dodge move you can use to get out of the way of trouble, and you can go into a short sprint, Gears of War roadie run-style, to cover ground quickly. The process of wrangling a ghost with your beam, throwing out a trap, and maneuvering the ghost into it is different enough from a typical shooter to give Ghostbusters a unique feel, though.

    In the last preview, I talked about how you can use your PKE meter to investigate the scene for paranormal clues. This time, I saw how Terminal Reality has taken a cue from BioShock's camera mechanic by also letting you scan and research ghosts with the PKE device. When you jump into first-person view, you can target and scan an enemy to add it to your database. If you only catch it in the side of your viewfinder, the enemy merely goes in the list. If you get it centered right in your reticle, however, you get a full scan that adds a lengthy description (written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis) to your library. You also get a 10 percent damage bonus against that enemy, so it will be pretty worthwhile to get some scanning done

    Lastly, I feel the need to point out that everyone's least appreciated Ghostbusters villain, Vigo the Carpathian, will figure into the game. During a cutscene in the Ghostbusters' firehouse HQ, I noticed Vigo's painting hanging out in the background, and a rep for the game remarked that you'll be interacting with the ol' prince of darkness from time to time during the storyline. Add Vigo to the list of minor characters from the series, like Walter Peck and Annie Potts' Janine Melnitz, who are popping up in the game, and you get the impression Terminal Reality is really cramming everything but the kitchen sink into this game.


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    #1  Edited By sbritton
    Atari dropped by last week to give Brad and me a look at the Xbox 360 and Wii versions of Ghostbusters: The Video Game. In addition to getting some hands-on time with these versions, we also sat down with Andrew Bermudez, associate producer on the Wii version, and Alexis Habert, a tester at developer Terminal Reality, and recorded a brief podcast discussing the game.

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    Atari's paranormal visit to the Giant Bomb office kicked off with a look at the Wii version of Ghostbusters. When dealing with multiplatform games these days, it's a pretty natural instinct to dismiss the Wii version out of hand, so I feel it's important to make it clear here that Ghostbusters on the Wii isn't going to be just an ugly, slapdash port of the “real” game. It certainly shares a lot of key elements with the other versions of Ghostbusters: The Game, such as plotting, voice-acting, and so on. But Atari's claims that developer Red Fly--which most recently produced the well-received Mushroom Men--developed this version of the game specifically with the Wii in mind seem to hold water. Or at least, ectoplasmic residue.

    What's most immediately striking about the Wii version of Ghostbusters is the cartoony art style, which may be somewhat reminiscent of the old Real Ghostbusters cartoon if you yourself happen to be old, though I think that's selling the look of the game short. All of the returning Ghostbusters look like extreme caricatures of themselves, which seems to benefit Egon in particular, and the environments are similarly colorful and playful. This art style seems to allow the game's visuals a level of simplicity as a choice, rather than a technical necessity. This, I think, will be key to making Ghostbusters on the Wii feel like a real, standalone game, and not just a cheap-looking afterthought.

    Once I actually started playing the game, more unique features became apparent. The controls have, of course, been custom-built for the Wii, and in my short time with the game, they seemed relatively intuitive, letting you move with the analog stick on the nunchuk and aim with the Wii remote. With your unlicensed positron collider strapped to your back, the game basically plays like a third-person shooter, and while I encountered a number of enemies that could just be blasted out of existence, there were some that still required the old wrangle-and-trap method, a process that seems to benefit in particular from the Wii controls.

    The Wii version of Ghostbusters promises some platform-specific touches, which we got to see a few of during our demo. Unlike the other versions, you'll be able to play as either a male or female version of the silent rookie character that joins the Ghostbusters at the start of the game. While Atari isn't talking about co-op play in the other versions of the game, we got to participate in a little two-player splitscreen action, as well as a single-screen battle against the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, which saw our characters dangling over the edge of a skyscraper whilst Stay-Puft climbed it, Kong-style.

    I'll admit, my affinity to the source material could certainly be clouding my judgment here, but I came away from my time with Ghostbusters: The Game on the Wii eager to see more.




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    In terms of broad game mechanics, not much has changed since the last time I got my hands on the Xbox 360 version of Ghostbusters. You've still got multiple weapon types installed in your proton pack, many of which approximate existing shooter weapon archetypes. There was a general level of refinement in this new build, though; the Ghostbusters' character models are looking more like their real-life counterparts and also a little more animated and lifelike than they did a few months ago. Atari was showing off a couple of new levels, one in the bizarro alternate dimension you'll enter from time to time, where everything is off-kilter and creepy-looking. The other was set on top of a building, where I had to trap the spirits of some lewd-talking construction workers before facing off against none other than the Staypuft Marshmallow Man. Or, at least, I got to see him climbing up the side of the building--then I had to give the controller back.

    Even though you're not shooting and killing stuff, per se--the ghosts, ghouls, and specters are already dead, I think--the game seems like it will be immediately accessible to anyone who plays third-person shooters. Your nameless rookie Ghostbuster has a lateral dodge move you can use to get out of the way of trouble, and you can go into a short sprint, Gears of War roadie run-style, to cover ground quickly. The process of wrangling a ghost with your beam, throwing out a trap, and maneuvering the ghost into it is different enough from a typical shooter to give Ghostbusters a unique feel, though.

    In the last preview, I talked about how you can use your PKE meter to investigate the scene for paranormal clues. This time, I saw how Terminal Reality has taken a cue from BioShock's camera mechanic by also letting you scan and research ghosts with the PKE device. When you jump into first-person view, you can target and scan an enemy to add it to your database. If you only catch it in the side of your viewfinder, the enemy merely goes in the list. If you get it centered right in your reticle, however, you get a full scan that adds a lengthy description (written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis) to your library. You also get a 10 percent damage bonus against that enemy, so it will be pretty worthwhile to get some scanning done

    Lastly, I feel the need to point out that everyone's least appreciated Ghostbusters villain, Vigo the Carpathian, will figure into the game. During a cutscene in the Ghostbusters' firehouse HQ, I noticed Vigo's painting hanging out in the background, and a rep for the game remarked that you'll be interacting with the ol' prince of darkness from time to time during the storyline. Add Vigo to the list of minor characters from the series, like Walter Peck and Annie Potts' Janine Melnitz, who are popping up in the game, and you get the impression Terminal Reality is really cramming everything but the kitchen sink into this game.


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    #2  Edited By af7lm

    who you gonna call?

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    #3  Edited By canucks23

    Who you gonna call? lol looks decent. Hopefully it'll live up to the movies.

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    #4  Edited By Cipher

    GHOSTBUSTERS!

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    #5  Edited By Absurd

    Nice

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    #6  Edited By Jolly_Lolly

    Ghost Busters!

    Du-du-du-du dun dun dun DUN!

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    #7  Edited By N3onThr33

    =D

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    #8  Edited By Metiphis

    Dear god I need this game.

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    #9  Edited By jakob187

    Way to shut down the Wii haters like a muthafucker, sir!!!  I'm psyched to play BOTH versions of the game.

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    #10  Edited By meteora

    The Wii version (graphically) actually looks fine. Why? Because it's got a different art style and direction than the Xbox 360 one. It's not like it's carbon copying the models from that console and just dumbing it down 5 times more than needed, they look like two different games if you know what I mean.

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    #11  Edited By pedantics

    I never thought I'd say this about ANYTHING, but I'm more keen for the wii version than the next gen version.

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    #12  Edited By Jared

    This is personally my most wanted game of not only the year...but possibly my life,lol!

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    #13  Edited By wrecks

    Let's show this prehistoric bitch how we do things downtown...

    Can't Wait!!
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    #14  Edited By ravensword

    Why do people keep shafting teh PS3 version? I wanna know if its good too?

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    #15  Edited By MordeaniisChaos

    "Why do people keep shafting teh PS3 version? I wanna know if its good too? "
    How different do you expect it to be from the 360 version? Typically the 360 and PS3 versions of games are pretty much identical, I don;t know why people get pissy when only one version is talked about.

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    #16  Edited By RiddleBrother

    Hmmmmmmmmn. Didn't exactly outright say that he liked the 360 version, did he?

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    #17  Edited By XaiaX

    Man, Huey Lewis must be super stoked about this reprise of the Ghostbusters.

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    #18  Edited By LordAndrew

    Looking good.
    I just went ahead and created a page for Vigo. Because everyone loves Ghostbusters II, right? Right?

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    #19  Edited By Geno

    It's just...I dunno. Movie to game translation pretty much means guaranteed 3 stars or less right?

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    #20  Edited By crimped

    wow, the Wii seems like it was made for light gun games! glad to see some 3rd party support.

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    #21  Edited By ArbitraryWater

    Uhh... Sure? I haven't seen Ghostbusters in a long time, so I really don't remember that much about it. I really need to see that movie again.

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    #22  Edited By Double0hFor

    PLEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAASSSSE BE GOOD!!!! :(

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    #23  Edited By carlthenimrod

    I'm calling it right now:

    This game will probably be better then the NES version.

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    #24  Edited By ht101

    "Is it true?" 
    "Yes, it's true that he has no dick."   Bill Murray at his finest.
    I really, really, really want to play this game.  This is definitely a day one purchase for me.

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    #25  Edited By StarFoxA

    This game is really intriguing. I'll have to keep an eye on it.

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    #26  Edited By Roboto

    He is Vigo! You are like the buzzing of flies to him!

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    #27  Edited By sasnipes

    So, I haven't read up much about this game, but does it by chance have 4 player co-op?  That would be so sweet :D

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    #28  Edited By fishinwithguns

    I haven't seen the movie since the theaters to be honest, and I don't think I've ever seen the second one.  But I've been more or less interested in this game since I saw just one screenshot from the 360 version months ago.  It just looked stunning, from what I could gather from a static image.  The Wii version sounds interesting too, but I only have a 360.

    And this isn't really a movie-to-game translation is it? I mean from what I hear, it's an original story...there hasn't been a movie in over a decade, so it doesn't seem likely that it would follow either movie too closely.  Sure, it's safe to assume that when the next Transformers movie comes out, there will be a game released on every console that will be mediocre at best...but the Ghostbusters game isn't that sorta deal.

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    #29  Edited By Marzy

    The Wii version has been sounding good, I'll have to keep my eye on it. I love the cartoon style they have chosen to do it in and I prefer it to the realistic visuals.

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    #30  Edited By Landmine

    Wow Ryan.. thanks for calling me old! I remember Real Ghostbusters. *grabs cane and hobbles away*

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    #31  Edited By AspiringAndy

    Garnett from 1up seemed to like the wii version quite a bit, hopefully this game will do the franchise justice.

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    #32  Edited By Sunjammer

    He is Vigo! You are like the buzzing of flies to him!

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    #33  Edited By penguindust

    Are the Ray Parker Jr. and Bobby Brown songs in the game?

    And, Ryan, you didn't answer the one big question on everybody's mind...How is Elvis, and have you seen him lately?

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    #34  Edited By Death_Unicorn

    Who is sbritton? A new staff member?

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    #35  Edited By zityz

    Both versions look good. I'll probably get the Wii version, and just borrow the 360 from a friend or something.

    Also, can you unlock a gaint brown ape with a fedora on it? if so awesome :)

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    #36  Edited By Kohe321

    Hope it's good!

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    #37  Edited By Brackynews

    *kitchen sink flies out window*

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    #38  Edited By kennybaese

    This looks like it could be a ton of fun. Looking forward to getting my hands on it.

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    #39  Edited By LordAndrew
    Death_Unicorn said:
    "Who is sbritton? A new staff member?"
    I think he's one of the guys who work behind the scenes. Probably a site developer, judging by the emblem on his GameSpot profile.
    I've noticed that sometimes they will post news articles on the behalf of another staffer.
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    #40  Edited By Lepuke

    This game is going to be a nostalgic smorgasbord to take in, so it better not be a bad or I will get indigestion.

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    #41  Edited By Media_Master

    Now, which one to get....

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    #42  Edited By Pibo47

    Hope this game turns out well.

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    #43  Edited By GameON

    Sad that Sigourney Weaver was too late to the party to reprise Dana for completeness sake, but we still have Janine <3

    Lepuke, I share your sentiments. It's looking pretty good though.

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    With stuff like this i always get the feeling that everyone is going to be let down. I really hope we dont.

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    #45  Edited By RossF

    What you sayin about my gran?

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    #46  Edited By EisforExtinction

    So by having "key elements [...] such as plotting, voice-acting, and so on" does that mean the story in the game is the same? I was kind of hyped by the Wii version but if you're playing the same game but with different graphics and controls I think I might pass. I thought the two versions were two completely different games but this post makes me think different. Anyone else bummed by this possibility?

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    #47  Edited By Death_Unicorn
    LordAndrew said:
    "Death_Unicorn said:
    "Who is sbritton? A new staff member?"
    I think he's one of the guys who work behind the scenes. Probably a site developer, judging by the emblem on his GameSpot profile.I've noticed that sometimes they will post news articles on the behalf of another staffer."
    Thanks. =)
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    #48  Edited By afrokola

    Vigo shouldn't really be kicking but if he's in the game I can't see any reason to complain.

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    #49  Edited By Kaylila

    I am getting uber excited for this game! I am definately buying it! Don't cross the beams!

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    #50  Edited By Geno

    Totally not feeling this game. Then again I didn't like the movies either.

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