Do you have what it takes to get a review published right here on Kotaku? Kirsty does, as she ain't afraid of no Ghostbusters video game.
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This review was submitted by Kirsty Cochrane. If you’ve played Ghostbusters, why don’t you let Kirsty know whether you agree or disagree with her thoughts.
Ghostbusters (PS3, PS2)
For those unfamiliar with Ghost Busters, here's a primer: There's ghosts, you zap them and trap them. In this incarnation of the franchise, you find yourself playing the part of a new recruit to the Ghost Busters team. You follow his progress as he learns the ropes during a supernatural shitstorm.
Loved Proton Pack - What child of the 80s could resist the opportunity to wreak havoc with this weapon?
Authenticity - Not only is the writing spot on, but the voice acting and the mannerisms of each of the characters are incredibly accurate. There’s no doubt that you’re playing a Ghost Busters game.
Hated Proton Pack - Such an unwieldy weapon, the game is constructed in the form of a shooter, except it’s difficult to predict where a stream is going to go with any accuracy. At least until you’ve purchased the appropriate upgrade.
Lacking Gameplay - After a short while, it simply wasn’t enjoyable and the fact that you don’t get to participate in the climax at the end is heart breaking.
Finally, I'd like to finish up with a haiku: Who you gonna call? EB games to trade it in! went with Prototype.
Reviewed by: Kirsty Cochrane
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