The criminally underrated Ghostbusters: The Video Game which released for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 (among other formats) in 2009, could be getting a current-gen remaster, if a recent Taiwanese ratings board is to be believed.
Before Ghostbusters 3 was announced to release in cinemas next year, Ghostbusters: The Video Game acted as the follow-up to Ghostbusters 2. It was even written by and co-starred Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis (God rest his soul), as well as starring Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson and many more original actors from the movies.
The Taiwanese ratings only mentions Xbox One as the format, but it would be safe to assume that it will also release on PlayStation 4, as well as maybe PC. Of course we’ll keep you updated if we hear of any more news on this matter. But until then, let us know across our social media channels if you’re looking forward to the prospect of Ghostbusters: The Video Game on current gen systems?
Below is a trailer of the original game that released in 2009.
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