Edge writes: "As a nerd dressed up as a nuclear-powered, pest-controlling saviour of humanity, Harold Ramis played a good impostor in Ghostbusters. He plays a bad one in Ghostbusters: The Video Game – the actor cast in a role that no longer suits him.
If dusting off the proton pack gives him any joy at all, it doesn't show. So it went for Robert Duvall in The Godfather: The Game and Sean Connery in EA's From Russia With Love. But not for David Esch, a Harrison Ford impersonator who shone in Indiana Jones And The Emperor's Tomb. It makes you wonder whether the best you're going to get is a bad impression, isn't it better to get a good impressionist?"