The press for the project mentions a pretty impressive list of gaming celebrities and creators featured in the film. Probably at the top of the list for me was Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari back in the day.
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Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. What started out as a blip on the zombie-dar with The Walking Dead #1, has now turned into a comic book powerhouse, which in turn has spawned one of the most watched shows on television. We've known about the video game adaptation for awhile now, but have had no details to go along with it. To coincide with their video, they released three brand-spanking new screenshots today, giving us our first look at the game's art style.
As a huge fan of The Walking Dead comic series and a fan of Telltale Games, who were the developers for Sam & Max and Back to the Future: The Game, I'm extremely excited about this. While I think the story and characters will be fantastic, I'm a bit skeptical how the studio will handle the inclusion of zombies. Ghostbusters: The Video Game came out in 2009 and was praised for its loyalty to the source material and its fun gameplay.
In case you somehow don’t know, Ghostbusters is a 1984 sci-fi comedy starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and Ernie Hudson as paranormal investigators and eliminators in New York City.
Early Ghostbusters games were not particularly good, with the Sega Genesis offering being a stand out in a crowd of bland games that didn’t take full advantage of the license. The game’s story takes place about two years after the second movie in the series and sees the Ghostbusters hiring a new recruit (the player) to test their dangerous experimental equipment. The first reason that people who have seen the movie (which I would recommend doing before playing this if you’ve never seen it) should play this game is that the original cast all come back to lend their likeness and their voices. While the big names like Murray and Aykroyd are in the game, most of the supporting cast members also came back for this installment into the franchise. While there were some notable exceptions to the cast (Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis did not participate) the star power that is there lends a lot of authenticity to the game. While the game does strike out into new territory with many new enemies, it also allows the player to do battle with some of the most iconic ghosts from the movie. A striking thing about the game that truly explains why it works so well is that the mechanic feels so right even though no one knows what “right” actually feels like.
There is also a good amount of gameplay variety that keeps the game from getting boring and the story will keep players entertained throughout the six to eight hour main campaign.


The final reason that you should check out this game if you haven’t is that it is full of fan service.
If you have seen the Ghostbusters movies but never tried the video game then I would strongly urge you to give it a shot.
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If you didn’t know by now, Quartersnacks has a collaboration shoe coming out with Nike SB. The fact that Sia is not starring in her "Chandelier" music video is not a surprise -- after all, the notoriously press-shy pop chanteuse declined to appear on Billboard's cover last fall without a paper bag covering her face. The online extension of Billboard Magazine, billboard.biz is the essential online destination for the music business. I was curious about how he approached such an ambitious project, since the scope of this documentary is far beyond the normal niche-centric gaming films we’ve seen the last few years. This changed when Telltale released their first episode of "Playing Dead", an episodic behind-the-scenes series diving deeper into The Walking Dead game.
If you played Back to the Future: The Game, you know this company has a knack for telling engaging stories based on known properties and respecting beloved characters. Telltale's point-and-click adventure style games have never really featured urgency and horror-like elements before.
The title had a rough development cycle but the inclusion of the four actors from the original films and some of the supporting cast kept the title strong even through the trouble.
The film juxtaposes the fantastical elements of the spirit world against a very mundane setting, with the Ghostbusters being very similar to pest exterminators.
The popularity of Ghostbusters died out over the years but Sony (who purchased Columbia Studios, the makers of Ghostbusters) always wanted to find a way to relaunch the brand.
A sudden resurgence in paranormal activity thrusts the group back into action against some new foes and some familiar baddies. Comedy legends like Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd bring a ton of great humor to the voice over throughout the course of the game and the involvement of the original writers (Aykroyd and Ramis) assures that the characterization stays true to the tone of the original. Winston Zeddemore  (played by Ernie Hudson) was always my favorite Ghostbuster so seeing him in this game was great, along with the Ghostbusters’ secretary Janine Melnitz (played by Annie Potts) and the EPA agent everyone loves to hate, Walter Peck (played by William Atherton). The game also utilizes the first movie’s soundtrack to enhance the experience and make the entire game feel like it truly takes place in the movie world.
Slimer, the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man, and the librarian ghost (from the beginning of the first movie) all make appearances and provide some great moments for the game. As far as I know, no one has captured a ghost with a nuclear accelerator but I can say beyond a doubt that if someone had, this game captures what that would feel like.


This is all augmented by a fun multiplayer experience that sees players working together to capture ghosts, protect artifacts, or just survive until the end.
Diehard Ghostbusters fans have probably already played this game over and over but if you are even just a casual fan of the movies you will find a lot of cool stuff in this game.
If nothing else, this is probably as close as we’ll ever get to a third movie in the franchise so why not?
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Instead, the "Chandelier" clip, which debuted on Tuesday (May 6), features a dazzling dance performance from Maddie Ziegler, the 11-year-old star of Lifetime's "Dance Moms."Ziegler is initially seen perched in a door frame in an empty room, and over the next three and a half minutes, the pint-sized dancer rocks her blonde Sia wig in many more deserted rooms while spinning, kicking, leaping, crawling, falling, twirling and hiding herself behind window drapes. I'm trying to wrap my head around how they'll handle the idea of having to stay away from zombies, and the action based elements that practice includes. The game enjoyed a niche following from Ghostbusters fans around the world, but everyone should give it a go. The movie was a smash hit leading to a sequel, two cartoon series, and, of course, video game adaptations. While rumors of a third movie swirled around for two decades, Ghostbusters fans finally got something tangible in the form of Ghostbusters: The Video Game. The little details are all so spot on to the Ghostbusters universe that it truly makes this the most authentic and engaging Ghostbusters world ever in a video game. Talking to the painting of Vigo the Carpathian or sliding down the pole in the firehouse are fun little tidbits that flesh out the experience and really make you feel like you are in the movie world.
It's a departure from the party-hearty, "1, 2, 3, 1, 2, 3, DRINK!" lyrics of the song, but Ziegler's routine more than makes up for the disconnect.Read Sia's Anti-Fame ManifestoSia, who co-directed the video with Daniel Askill, says in a statement, "Very proud of the gifted Maddie Ziegler, an incredible crew, choreographer Ryan Heffington, cinematographer Sebastian Wintero and my brilliant co-director Daniel Askill. Even though Ralph Baer is known as the first commercial creator of video games with the Magnavox Odyssey, Nolan Bushnell is widely considered the father of games because he brought it to the masses in an accessible way. There are also a ton of little Easter eggs all over the game that reference things like the cartoons, fan films, and even the NES Ghostbusters game. Exploring the game world is a lot of fun and another reason you should give this game a try. Here are the fruits."After co-writing songs like Rihanna's "Diamonds," Beyonce's "Pretty Hurts" and Katy Perry's "Double Rainbow," Sia will release her own album, "1000 Forms of Fear," this June.
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