From Slimer to the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, the Ghostbusters series is full of icons that hold a special place for many children of the '80s. Heck, according to Sierra marketing folk, the Ghostbusters symbol is the second-most-recognized icon in the world (beaten only by the Coca-Cola logo). To help calm the fears of man-babies everywhere, the development team at Terminal Reality has enlisted series veterans Dan Aykroyd (Dr. Ray Stantz) and Harold Ramis (Dr. Egon Spengler) to craft the story for the upcoming game.
In addition to acting, the comedic duo actually wrote the scripts for both Ghostbusters flicks back in the '80s, so the game should stay true to the spirit of the films. A brief tech demo back in April showcased the importance of physics in the game world, and now we've finally gotten a chance to strap on a proton pack and get some hands-on time with the videogame sequel to the classic film franchise.