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The 2009 Ghostbusters game reportedly getting a remaster

Atari's game is 10 years old, and with another film in the franchise coming out, it seems we may also see this game return.

10 years ago, Atari released Ghostbusters for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. It had all the original Ghostbusters reprising their beloved characters Peter Venkman, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler, and Winston Zeddemore (as well as a couple of other actors from the film) and was widely considered to be a fun game.

We never got a sequel to this, but now it seems like someone wants to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of the game, since a remaster of the classic has gotten an age rating in Taiwan for the Xbox One. While it has occasionally happened that games receiving age ratings haven't been released, it's still extremely uncommon, and usually these are reliable sources of things to come.

With this game turning 10 years old and seemingly getting the remaster treatment, and the fact that Ghostbusters 3 is being released next year, it seems like it might be fun to be a Ghostbusters fan again.

Who you gonna call?


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