Atari has confirmed that they will become the new publisher for Ghostbusters: The Video Game since the title was dropped by Activision. Next year the original Ghostbusters will celebrate it's 25 year anniversary and will provide further proof that I am aging rapidly beyond the fact that childhood shows are now showing up on Nick at Nite.
What I like about this franchise is that it seems to be truly beloved by the original creators since Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis are the ones whom have wrote the script for the game. I was even told that Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson are along side them to provide the voice acting but I can't seem to confirm this in so many words anywhere. Since I grew up on the Ghostbusters in all their variations I was really happy to see this was picked up again.
The game promises to be pretty great as far as the need to burn down the world with an unlicensed nuclear accelerator on his back. It also appears that instead of just moving the ghost into position over the trap you have lain you must snare it, then beat the ever loving heck of out it by smacking it into whatever is available.
I ain't afraid of no Seabass