Ghostbusting becomes International

Ghostbusting becomes International

Ghostbusting has finally become international. After months of waiting, Ghostbusters the Videogame is now available in the European Union for the Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, DS and Windows platform.

In the North American Market, the PSP release became available with little fanfare.

On the same token, hopefully the problems that plagued the North American release has been addressed so this video game can find new players than disgruntled ones.

Sony Entertainment’s control on this title may have denied gamers in the EU, but Namco Bandai has stepped forward to handle distribution. To bring awareness to the public across Europe, ads will be featured in specialist, lifestyle, movie and kids magazines. As part of their special marketing campaign, the Ecto-1 and a 30 foot Stay Puft Marshmellow Man have appeared in events like at the London Marathon and MCM Expos.

Ghostbusters the Videogame reunites the stars of the movie in an all new story-line that takes place after the second movie. When all hell breaks loose (again), it’s up to the player, nicknamed The Rookie, to help save the day.

Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson lend their voices to this game. And the rapport they had in the movie carries well into this game, with some humorous moments of dialogue that most fans will enjoy.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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