Good news for you who like to catch ghosts and adventure with the Proton Pack on your shoulder. Yes, Ghostbusters: The Video Game was released in 2009 and will soon get a sequel.
By title Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime, the game is expected to be released later in 2011, but this time the game will be released in downloadable form on the PlayStation Network, Xbox Live and Windows PCs. Gamers will once again portray the character of a novice Ghostbuster who previously recruited in the first game.
Not too many details that can be known from this game, but they certainly have known is that the game will be played by four people live locally or online. You also will look to use the Proton Pack and will deal also with large bosses. Gamers now will also be able to ride Ecto-3.
But unfortunately, there is one weakness of this game. According to reports, none of the actors from the movie version like Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd, who will appear in the game.
The development of this game will be handled by Wanako Studios, a game developer from Chile, which had previously been developed Assault Heroes 2 for Xbox Live Arcade. Hopefully in the near future, it will have clearer information about this game.