Ghostbusters: The Video Game News

May2009

  • News Sony Deal Pushes Wii And DS Ghostbusters Further Back into '09

    Euro PS3, PS2 and PSP versions in June, other formats later in the year

    It has been revealed that Sony has signed a deal with Atari which will allow the company to publish Ghostbusters: The Video Game on its PS3, PS2 and PSP formats. The release of the PS3 and PS2 versions will tie-in with the Blu-ray 25th anniversary release of the original 1984 movie. It has also been confirmed that the agreement..

April2009

  • News Dan Aykroyd is Loving His Wii-based Alter-ego

    Bustin' makes him feel good, we guess

    Ghostbusters: The video game is coming to every platform imaginable pretty soon. And you know what? The Wii version is sporting a slightly different look to the 360 and PS3 editions. Of course, this occurrence is nothing new – Wii owners are used to getting their own versions of multiplatform titles (they’re usually the same as the PS2 versions, as it..

  • News Ghostbusters Wii to feature exclusive co-op play

    Split-screen multiplayer allows Wii owners to cross streams and much, much more.

    The latest blog entry from Red Fly Studios, developers of the Wii version of the upcoming Ghostbusters game, offers up some details on the game's exclusive co-operative multiplayer features. Wii owners will be able to enjoy the entirety of the single-player experience with a friend via a co-operative split-screen mode..

March2009

  • News New female lead announced for Ghostbusters: The Video Game

    Weaver out, Milano in

    Turn-of-the-90's teen heartthrob Alyssa Milano has been tapped to replace Sigourney Weaver as the female lead in Atari's upcoming multi-platform Ghostbusters video game. The 36-year-old actress, best known for her roles in television series "Charmed" and "Who's The Boss?", takes the place of original Ghostbusters cast member Sigourney Weaver, who initially..

November2007

  • News Who You Gonna Call?

    Ghostbusters! Vivendi Games set to release a brand new game based on the movies, voice talent from the original cast to be included.

    As reported by Variety, all four of the movie's main cast members - Dan Akroyd, Ernie Hudson, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis - have agreed to allow their likenesses to appear in the game and will supply voice-overs. Other cast members getting involved include William..