IGN writes: "After a hands-off demonstration at this year's E3, we were finally able to take the Wii version of Ghostbusters for a spin recently. The game was recently picked up by Atari after Activision decided it just wasn't "annualizable" enough. As you've probably heard, this is ostensibly the same game as the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions re-skinned with more stylized, cartoon visuals. We say ostensibly because, after playing both the current- and last-gen versions of the same library level, we saw more enemies, more environments, and heard more dialogue on the 360 and PS3. Still, we're glad to see the Wii game getting some TLC of its own. We praised the Wii version of Shaun White Snowboarding for the same thing -- tailoring its visuals to suit the less-powerful system."