"It is quite obvious that publisher Atari and developer Terminal Reality created this game with nostalgia in mind. There's no denying that it's a big bundle of fan service for those of us who have been craving something new from the franchise. I must admit that I had a big smile on my face and goosebumps on my arms when I heard Ray Parker Jr's ghostbustin' anthem in the opening scene, or when I chased Slimer throughout the Sedgwick Hotel, or even when I fought the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man in Times Square. But sadly, that wasn't enough to hide the fact that this is a very ordinary game. For a franchise that spawned two hilarious movies, this game wasn't all that funny. There weren't any laugh out loud moments to be had here, only chuckles and grins, which painfully brings to mind that making a funny video game isn't easy, even when you have comedic powerhouses like Aykroyd and Ramis behind it."