It is almost the end of the game, and you are faced with a giant gated maze. If you want to get through it, and defeat the second god bent on destroying the city, then this guide can help you out. It will get you out of the maze, and into the battles.
Have you seen all the hype about Ghostbusters: The Video Game? Curious to see how the DS version of it stacks up to it’s brothers for the PS2, PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360? Well, here is your gamer’s review of Ghostbusters: The Video Game for the DS.
In the first part of this series, we went through the main different types of ghosts in classes 1 and 2 that you’ll come up against in Ghostbusters for the Playstation 2. This part will go through classes 3 and 4 and tell you exactly how to beat them.
In this part of the Basic Spirit Guide for Ghostbusters, the video game for the Playstation 2, we’ll go through the class 5 and 6 ghosts. These are higher level ghosts, but not any bosses – we’re saving those for the last part.
Remember Slimer? How about the Stay Puff Marshmallow man? These are only two of the bosses that you’ll fight in Ghostbusters. The last part of this series goes through the class 7 and the boss ghosts that you’ll come up against in Ghostbusters the video game for the Playstation 2.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game for the Wii console has a slightly different take on the Ghostbusters series. It uses wacky character models, simplified combat, and truncated levels that targets this game at the casual gamer. Still this is a fun, entertaining, and satisfying game that kids will enjoy.
Ghostbusters makes its long-awaited appearance on the Wii with mixed results. Graphics and sound are pretty strong while controls are easy to pick up, however the gameplay quickly becomes repetitive. Original cast members and story make for a humorous, nostalgic trip. Be ready to believe me.