Is Ghostbusters on PlayStation 4 as bad a game as most people are saying? Certainly not. It’s a fun twin-stick shooter within the Ghostbusters universe. It’s also not broken or buggy – at least not from my experience. Is it a revolutionary release? Certainly not. But if you’re looking for some mindless fun with friends, you should give this one a go. I enjoyed playing this one for my Ghostbusters review. Let me know in the comments below how was your experience with the game!
Ghostbusters (2016) is a cynical bit of licensed drivel
Again, it’s not horrendous like the NES effort, and it’s a little more capable than Sanctum of Slime. But this Ghostbusters lacks any sort of charm or, worse yet, any reason to see it through to the end.
Ghostbusters fulfills your worst expectations of licensed games.
A mindless, turgid and tedious slog with horrible gameplay and zero depth. A travesty to the Ghostbusters name. Avoid at all costs!
If you're looking for an inoffensive movie cash-in to play with your couch co-op partner and you're tired of Lego games, well, here ya go. Ghostbusters will get you through a few levels of mildly pleasant action before you shrug and see what's new on Netflix. That's about all she's got in the ol' proton pack, but as far as movie tie-in games go, it could certainly be much worse.
DON’T BUY THIS. Ghostbusters get repetitive after 30 minutes of gameplay. It doesn’t have any innovation. The locations are completely boring. The music is always on the nerve and at all this game is a collection of boring things.
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Have no fear of this ruining your childhood; it barely tries hard enough to ruin your afternoon.
I like to think I give credit to a developer where it’s due. I also try to give them the benefit of the doubt. If they’ve made a bad game, perhaps there’s an element of potential there. Sadly however, FireForge really aren’t proving themselves with Ghostbusters.