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Digital Press - Classic Video Games
I wanted to be a Ghostbuster after seeing the film for the first time, and Ghostbusters helped me live out that fantasy. There were other versions of this game released, for the NES, Sega Master System, and various personal computers. Sega also released a Ghostbusters game for the Genesis, but even though Activision is credited in the opening credits, the two games are entirely different. Out of all of them, the VCS version is the one I keep coming back to. Maybe it's the nostalgia, maybe it's because it's the easiest to play out of all of them - I'm not sure. All I know is that I find the game to be incredibly fun, and if you're a Ghostbusters fan, then there's a very good chance you will too.
The Video Game Critic
I never liked any version of this game, but surprisingly, the Atari 2600 version is better than most. Ghostbusters is a streamlined adaptation of the computer game, so there's less strategy, minimal setup, and more action.