Most are old, a few are pretty recent. But they all have one thing in common — no one misses them.
And it’s 161 and a half minutes shorter and $499,999,998.00 cheaper, too.
Vader goes corporate and the most terrifying Snoopy you’ll ever see.
The new Ghostbusters game is basically Smash TV with Ghostbusters, and just typing that makes me happy.
Of the games I’m most terrible at — and I’m godawful at a great many types of games — rail-shooters are probably #1. Nuts.
I guess if Atari delivered such a good Ghostbusters game that fans are inevitably disappointed by sequel, that’s kind of to Atari’s credit, isn’t it?
Mostly because it’s a sequel only in the sense that it is a second Ghostbusters game from Atari.
This is just as ridiculous as the new Star Raiders game, but it’s ridiculous in a way I can’t help but find fascinating.
They may have nearly killed the entire videogame industry with the E.T. game debacle, but that doesn’t mean they stopped making games.