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Ghostbusters

Postby Dr McFisto » Tue Dec 29, 2009 1:04 pm

Haven't palyed it yet but just picked it up for a tenner at work, even if it's cr@p I can still get more back at Gamestation :lol:
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Re: Ghostbusters

Postby Dr McFisto » Thu Dec 31, 2009 3:11 am

Fantastic game unfortunately over shadowed by bigger titles (Due to Sony's insistence that the PS3 had exclusive for 3 months) like COD MOD 2, ODST, Forza 3, even Bayonetta and the soon to be released boner inspiring Mass Effect 2 =P~ .

Whilst it does feel a bit samey in parts and it does follow a gauntlet style format clear one one move on to the next until you reach the boss, it does allow any true child of the 80's live out a fantasy and kinda become a Ghostbuster :lol:

Not worth the full 40 quid launch price but definitely worth 20 quid or if you can find one at a Tesco a tenner ;) [smilie=0710.gif]
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Re: Ghostbusters

Postby D5120 » Sat Jan 02, 2010 12:10 pm

I bought on release day on the PS3 but was really disappointed to be honest. Don't get me wrong the voice acting was brilliant, the storyline was brilliant and you did actually feel like you were a Ghostbuster (we'll I did).

The thing that annoyed me what the control scheme, maybe I'm just no good at 3rd person shooters, but I really struggled with it. I thought the controls were slopped, and the load screen when you died took around 30 seconds each time.....

Thing is, I so wanted to enjoy it, but it didn't happen :( Maybe once I've improved my skills with 3rd person shooters, I'll go back and revisit :)
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Re: Ghostbusters

Postby Dr McFisto » Tue Jan 05, 2010 2:05 pm

BassJunkie wrote:Thing is, I so wanted to enjoy it, but it didn't happen :( Maybe once I've improved my skills with 3rd person shooters, I'll go back and revisit :)
Gears of War or one of the Ghost Recon Adv. Warfighter games a few weeks and you'll have mastered the whole 3rd person shooter ;)
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Re: Ghostbusters

Postby ori-STUDFARM » Tue Jan 05, 2010 8:01 pm

BassJunkie wrote: and you did actually feel like you were a Ghostbuster (we'll I did).
Whats new??!! :roll:
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Re: Ghostbusters

Postby Dr McFisto » Wed Jan 06, 2010 2:46 pm

Yep Bustin' certainly makes me feel good too :lol:
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Re: Ghostbusters

Postby D5120 » Tue Jan 12, 2010 7:51 pm

Agreed, it was a really good feeling playing the game....well until I got stuck :p
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