Now that all the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hoopla has died down (right along with ticket sales, zing!You have a first-person action flick, a brain-tingling thriller, a bonkers comedy, and even more zombies on TV.
In pursuit of their plans for utter world domination, Funko has revealed their next acquisition in their Pop!Vinyl line: the new Ghostbusters.
… The pizza guy.Anyway, Cryptozoic ain’t afraid of no ghosts and has launched their Kickstarter Campaign for the Ghostbusters II board game.
It goes without saying that movie games are usually absolutely terrible pieces of tie-in merchandising, rush-jobs that make the bare minimum use of the assets that they’re based on so that studios can turn in a quick buck.After all, when you’re only given about a year to get a game made and released on a tight deadline, quality is bound to slip.
The game will be released for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One platforms.The first trailer for the game was also released which gives you a look at the gameplay and graphics.
In GHOSTBUSTERS: THE BOARD GAME II, one to four players take on the roles of the Ghostbusters.The game's 12 reversible tiles and campaigns that last from 20 minutes to multiple hours let 1-4 players bust ghosts in all sorts of mind-blowing ways!
Activision is working on a new Ghostbusters game due for release on PS4, Xbox One and PC this summer.Heading to North America on July 12, the game is said to be a 4-player top-down RPG that sees a brand new cast of rookie Ghostbusters called in to keep New York City safe following the events of this year's movie.
Back in January, the existence of a new Activision-published Ghostbusters game was leaked.It doesn’t appear to be on par with the game featuring the original cast that came out in 2009.
Finally, it's happening: a Ghostbusters game for new gen consoles.This Ghostbusters game isn’t connected with the new movie, and therefore won’t have any of the main cast members in it.