Article 4 Ghostbusters Games That Would Have Made Harold Ramis Proud

By Adam Wears / March 13, 2014

4 Ghostbusters Games That Would Have Made Harold Ramis Proud

Ghostbusters - against all logic and reason - is one of the few major film franchises to have an actually decent game made out of it. But the whole premise of Ghostbusters should allow for so many differnet kinds of amazing games, it's a shame developers haven't tried to get more inventive with the franchise. In honor of the recent passing of Harold Ramis, we therefore humbly present our suggestions for games that would make the great man himself proud.

 

1. Ghostbusters: The Sandbox Game

  4 Ghostbusters Games That Would Have Made Harold Ramis Proud

It's Just Like: Ghostbusters + Grand Theft Auto + L.A. Noire

 

Just imagine it: a sprawling, lovingly-detailed representation of 80's New York City where the streets are bustling, the crowds are thronging, and the ghosts are everywhere.

As a fully-fledged Ghostbuster, you take on cases that come to you via the HQ, all of which need to be solved in a variety of ways. Someone call in about a ghost in their bathroom? Simply race down there and zap that bad boy. There's a poltergeist stalking the corridors of a hotel? Follow the trail of destruction and send that thing to the other side. Mysterious occurrences down at the Natural History Museum? Scan the area with your P.K.E. Meter, set traps, and bust yourself a T-Rex ghost.

Alternatively, spend your time speeding through the streets in ECTO-1. Explore the city's most haunted locations, collect items to unlock new equipment, and harrass Walter Peck and his army of EPA agents (who actually have a legitimate point about how "trapping restless spirits using unlicensed nuclear accelerators" maybe not being the best idea).

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Greatest Uncle Ever Turns Toy Car Into Ghostbusters' Ecto-1

Picture Greatest Uncle Ever Turns Toy Car Into Ghostbusters' Ecto-1

March 08, 2014

Now his nephew can trap restless spirits in style.

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Article The Best Ghostbusters Mashups On the Internet

By Chloe Cole / February 24, 2014

Harold Ramis, one of the greatest comedic minds of a generationjust passed away at age 69. He brought Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day and more into the world, so we are forever indebted to him. To honor his memory, enjoy this collection of Ghostbusters mashups.

 

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Harold Ramis - because of you, we know to never cross the streams. Rest in peace.

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Article If The Internet Wrote Ghostbusters

By Andrew Bridgman / September 6, 2013

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Things That Are Bigger on the Inside

Picture Things That Are Bigger on the Inside

May 23, 2013

Size matters.

Super Mario Busters 2

Video Super Mario Busters 2

April 17, 2013

Who ya gonna blue shell?

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Super Mario Busters

Video Super Mario Busters

February 06, 2013

They ain't afraid of no Boo.

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Death of a Ghostbuster

Video Death of a Ghostbuster

November 01, 2011

She ain't fraid of herself.

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Ghostbusters Meet Star Wars

Picture Ghostbusters Meet Star Wars

September 23, 2011

We ain't fraid of no wampas.

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The Ghostbusters Fill Up

Picture The Ghostbusters Fill Up

August 24, 2011

Even the Ghostbusters are haunted by gas prices.

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