Usually when a game goes for simultaneous multi-platform releases, Kotaku immediately writes off the Wii version.
Can you blame them? Empirically, the Wii suffers from "bastard stepchild port" syndrome, which leaves Wii owners like yours truly high and dry when it comes to triple-A titles.
Luckily, Ghostbusters: The Video Game on Wii isn't a port of the PS3/360 version, so much as a reimagining of the same game from the ground up. The voice work is similar and the script is almost entirely the same – but the level designs, control scheme, and cartoony style of animation are all made with the Wii in mind.