The rumoured remaster of Ghostbusters: The Video Game is confirmed to be heading to Switch and other platforms 'later this year' as part of the franchise's 35th anniversary.
The 2009 original collected the voice talents of nearly all the original cast and gave fans an extremely authentic-feeling third chapter after the original 1984 film and its 1989 sequel. Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered is being handled by Saber Interactive and Mad Dog Games rather than the now-defunct Terminal Reality.
A cartoon-y adaptation of the game came to Wii and PS2, but this will be the first time the original full-fat version has appeared on a Nintendo console and we're psyched to revisit it on Switch.
Here's a little text from the official blurb:
Hunt, fight and trap a variety of new and familiar ghouls and phantasms, all remastered in HD resolution. Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered equips you with cool gadgets and upgradeable weapons to play with in huge boss fights and destructible environments. Scan and analyze targets with the P.K.E. Meter and Paragoggles, then strap on your Proton Pack to wear ghosts down with the blast stream before wrangling them with the capture stream.
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