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  1. #1
    Starlight Guest

    Ghostbusters could come to PSP

    Terminal Reality has revealed the new Ghostbusters game could make it onto PSP after all.

    So far the game has been confirmed for PC, PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360 and DS - while Sony's handheld appeared to be missing out.

    But according to executive producer Brendan Goss, that could change in the future. "There are discussions right now about a PSP version," he told Eurogamer.

    "We're waiting to see how the PS2 stuff goes from a technical side with memory, then it may get ported to the PSP."

    The PS2 version of Ghostbusters, like the Wii game, features more cartoony visuals and a simpler narrative than the Xbox 360, PC and PS3 titles. There's also an exclusive offline co-op mode where you can take on another player as either a ghost or a ghostbuster.

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  2. #2
    DDNeos Guest
    Ghostbusters on the PSP might prove problematic mechanically speaking. The analog stick on the PSP doesn't seem to substantiate the whip like gameplay as seen in the previews with the protons packs. It is too small and at times unreliable.

    The graphic capabilities may lack as well unless they put enough emphasis on it like they did with God Of war chains of Olympus.

  3. #3
    Pino84 Guest
    yeah it would be a good release! i remember playing it on the sega master system. you could technically play ghost busters with the master system emulator lol. but thats old school. the new one would be awesome

  4. #4
    tigga1369 Guest
    not only would it be a good game... but if things go well i could be working for the company.. they are based right here in texas... wish me luck!

  5. #5
    Starlight Guest

    Thumbs Up

    Good luck on your venture tigga1369 and hopefully all will turn out well for you.

    And welcome to PS3NEWS.COM and hope you find our forums and news informative.

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