''There is something about "Ghostbusters" that stands out to me. Maybe it is the fact that as far as movie heroes go, the Ghostbusters are average joes. Sure, three of them have PhDs, but they're still your average kind of guy. They wear jumpsuits and work to pay their bills, and the fact that they battle paranormal entities from beyond the grave doesn't change that. Maybe it's the humor and the excellent interplay between the cast. Heck, maybe it's just how darn cool the proton pack and neutrona wand look in action. Whatever it is, the Ghostbusters are something special, but they've sort of fallen by the wayside in recent years.
Ghostbusters only got two movies, one excellent cartoon series and a lot of less-than-interesting spin-off material; as the cast got older, the odds of us seeing another Ghostbusters film got slimmer. Thankfully while people have to age in real life, such is not so in the world of video games. Terminal Reality has gotten the entire Ghostbusters cast back together for Ghostbusters: The Video Game. Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis are writing the script, every member of the cast has returned except for the now-retired Rick Moranis, and for all intents and purposes, Ghostbusters: The Video Game is "Ghostbusters 3." Despite the star power behind it, the title is shaping up to provide the definitive Ghostbusters video game experience.''