Friday, July 25, 2008

Ghostbusters III (In Videogame Form)

Something I have been hearing about for quite a long time is a Ghostbusters video game which will essentially serve as a Ghostbusters III. It is an all new story and all four Ghostbusters (Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson) were reprising their roles (in voice form) for the game. Not only that, but Annie Potts, William Atherton and Brian Doyle-Murray lent their voices too. Sadly, both Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis did not join the party. The script for the game was written by Ramis and Aykroyd (who wrote both Ghostbusters live-action movies).

I know, it sounds good and all, but a film would have been sweeter. I agree. Derek and I actually came up with an idea a while back to have a "new" Ghostbusters team made up of today's greatest comedic minds - I don't remember exactly who we decided would be great - but in any case it was awesome. The trailer for the game can be found below which is pieced together as if it were actually a film trailer. Kinda neat.

Posted by SX0T at 3:18 PM |  

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