Ghostbusters The Video Game

Synopsis: You play the newest employee of the paranormal investigations and eliminations business as a new wave of Gozer related hauntings plagues New York City.

1. Cinematic One


Ray Stantz "Are you troubled by strange noises in the night?"

Egon Spengler "Do you experience feelings of dread in

your basement or attic?"

Egon shines flashlight, the TV screen skips

Peter Venkman "Have you or your family actually seen

a spook, specter or ghost?"

Ray Stantz "If the answer is yes, then don't wait another minute."


A security guard is watching a Ghostbusters commercial.

Peter Venkman "Just pick up the phone and call the professionals!"

"Call the...Ghostbusters! We're ready to believe you!"

Peter Venkman "Franchises available soon! Call for details."

The feeds go and TV's short out, guard grabs his walkie-talkie

Guard #1 "Oh! Russell! Hey, man. You near the East Wing?"

Russell "B-b-by the new Gozer exhibit? Yeah. Why?"

Guard #1 "There's something headed your way!"

Russell "Wait. I hear something. I'm gonna take a look."

Guard #1 "You wanna hear something really creepy?

I was reading about Shandor, you know the guy who

donated most of the Gozer stuff. He was into the occult.

You know, the supernatural. Weird dude."

Eyes light up.

Russell sees a skeleton.

Russell "Ahhh!"

Russell speaks into walkie

Russell "Ummm, why don't we talk about it some other time.

Any other time."

Russell "Ahhh!"

A woman runs past him.

Russell "Hey, you can't be in here! Stop!"

Russell runs after here then stops

Russell "Ahhhhhhh!"

The Natural History Museum

A psi energy pulse surges out of the museum

through New York City, past the Statue of Liberty

Ghostbusters No Ghost logo

Ecto 1-b reverses into the Firehouse

Janine Melnitz "Ghostbustas. Is your haunting

an apparition, poltergeist, phantasm, wraith, banshee,

demon, specter, tortured soul or...What? No, we do not

summon dead family members then catch them so you

can ask the combination to the safe..."

Slimer in an Ecto-Containment Chamber.

He is playing with Peter's ESP cards, and isn't doing so well.

Janine Melnitz "Yeah, well, same to you, pal."

Loading Screen...

Egon strapping a Proton Pack on Ray.

Ray Stantz "Hey! It's the new cadet. Welcome aboard!"

Egon Spengler "This might be a little dangerous."

Ray Stantz "Great. Danger is our life."

Egon Spengler "We'll start at fifty-percent capacity.

That should keep any burning or tissue damage to a minimum."

Peter Venkman "Hey. If you're gonna burn any tissue,

do it to the new kid. You can't use Ray.

Our mortgage is in his name."

Rookie frowns

Ray Stantz "I guess he's right. What's your name again, kid?"

Peter Venkman "No names, Ray. I don't want to get too attached

to his kid. You know, just in case.

You remember what happened to the last guy?"

Ray Stantz "He's tuned and ready to go."

Egon Spengler "You may feel a little tingle."

Egon Spengler "Good. We've perfected an extensive and rigorous

training regimen that will teach you all your equipment's basic functions."

Ray Stantz "It takes some time to achieve Master Throw Skill,

but it's definitely worth the effort."

The psi energy pulse moves through the Firehouse.

Egon Spengler "Was that us?"

Ray Stantz "I don't think so."

Peter Venkman "Ray?"

Ray Stantz "Had to be some sort of Psi energy pulse. Substantial!

A significant collected and centralized necromantic convulsion

level seven or more."

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Dan Aykroyd

Daniel Edward Aykroyd (born July 1, 1952) is a Canadian-American actor, comedian, musician, businessman and filmmaker. He was an original member of the "Not Ready for Prime Time Players" on Saturday Night Live (1975–79). A musical sketch he performed with John Belushi on SNL, The Blues Brothers, turned into an actual performing band and then the 1980 film The Blues Brothers. He conceived and starred in Ghostbusters (1984), which spawned a sequel and eventually an entire media franchise. In 1990, he was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his work in the 1989 film Driving Miss Daisy. He starred in his own sitcom, Soul Man (1997–98). Aykroyd is also a businessman, having co-founded the House of Blues chain of music venues and the Crystal Head Vodka brand. more…

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