ABC's Kristi Berner reports from New York:
Twenty-five years after the first “Ghostbusters” was a blockbuster success, Atari is out with the video game version of the New York City adventure. It’s based on a script for what would have been a third “Ghostbusters” movie written by original Ghostbusters Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. Developer Terminal Reality accomplished something Hollywood hasn’t been about to do in 20 years by reuniting the four core members of the cast, Aykroyd, Ramis, Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson. They’re computer-animated versions of themselves, of course, but the actors did provide their own voices. If you decide to play, you’re character is the new recruit to the ghost-busting team – called “Rookie.” Your main weapon is your proton pack which you use to hunt down the Stay Puft marshmallow man and other enemies.
Here’s the World News webcast’s review of “Ghostbusters: The Video Game” from IGN’s Michael Thompsen: