Last week Activision officially released details about their upcoming Ghostbusters video games. (GBI Blog Post, April 16, 2016) Around a certain web developer’s bedtime product information became available from retailers.
With the release of Ghostbusters (2016) Activision will be launching not one, but two different Ghostbusters video games! Or adventures.
Scott Lowe, Activision’s Communications Manager wrote on the company’s blog:
This July, Ghostbusters returns to screens both big and small. That’s right, in addition to the new film from Sony Pictures, this July we’re introducing two all-new Ghostbusters adventures for consoles and mobile devices.—Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters: Slime City, respectively. Both games will feature new casts of rookies as they fight rogue sprits while the now-famous Ghostbusters are off stopping high-profile poltergeists.
On PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, there’s Ghostbusters, a third-person action role-playing game with up to four-player local co-op. Each player can level up their character’s gear and abilities by battling ghosts, completing objectives, or discovering hidden collectibles. Players will have four heroes to choose from, each with their own unique personality and play style that benefit the overall team.
Even fruit ninjas love Ghostbusters. Well more our friends at Half Brick Studios, the game developer behind the successful mobile game, Fruit Ninja! For Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary they’ve updated Fruit Nina with Ghostbusters content. Ooh!
From Half Brick Studio’s Fruit Ninja Site
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters, Fruit Ninja has a spooky new update. Try the new blade and dojo for some massive combos. There’s surprises in store, but whatever you do don’t cross the streams!
To celebrate Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary, XMG Studios is offering Ghostbusters Paranormal Blast for FREE. If you somehow missed out, what do you have to lose, phone space? That alone is cool, how many game developers would go the extra mile and suit up for a trailer that’s going to end up on YouTube?