Sony To Now Publish New Ghostbusters The Video Game As An Exclusive For The PS3

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After being bounced around between multiple publishers, it seems that now Sony will finally publish this title. Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) , Sony Pictures Consumer Products, and Atari Europe today announced that Ghostbusters: The Video Game for PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3TM) and PlayStation®2 is to be published in PAL territories by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe in June.  To mark the 25th anniversary of the well-loved franchise, the game will launch in coordination with the Blu-rayTM release of the original hit movie and licensing programs from Sony Pictures Consumer Products Inc.  Ghostbusters: The Video Game will launch in Europe and PAL regions on June 19th 2009 exclusively for PS3 and PlayStation 2.

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Light em up!!

In Ghostbusters: The Video Game, players can grab a proton pack and turn their ghostbusting fantasies into reality as the new recruit to the Ghostbusters team in a story set two years after the Ghostbusters 2 movie. Once again, the city of Manhattan has been overrun with ghouls, ghosts and all things foul – and it’s down to the Ghostbusters team to capture them all and regain control.

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Who you gonna call?

The game has been written by original Ghostbusters writers Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd and reunites members of the original cast for the first time in 20 years. Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and Ernie Hudson lend their voices and in-game likenesses to the game, which also features performances from favourites including William Atherton (Walter Peck), Annie Potts (Janine) and Brian Doyle-Murray (Mayor Jock Mulligan). From what we have seen the game looks like it could be pretty goood, if it ever gets published.

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