So Activision along with many other titles, is dropping the new Ghostbusters video game. The game is NOT canceled. Think of it like this. Your favorite band gets dropped from their label. Oh no, right? All you can do is hope they get picked up by another label (a decent one), or they might break up and you’ll never hear anymore new music by them. Or they’ll get picked up by a crappy label, and the quality won’t be as good, and then they will be pulled from your myspace top friends list.
Ghostbusters wasn’t the only game to get dropped, Brutal Legend, Wet, Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena, World in Conflict: Soviet Assault, 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, Zombie Wranglers and Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust are the others hoping to get picked up. If some of these games don’t get picked back up, then it looks like you’re never going to see them. Now, as much as I’d love to see the new 50 Cent video game, I’m not going to hold my breath.
I’m not too worried about Ghostbusters being picked back up, because I mean come on IT’S GONNA BE AWESOME. Don’t believe me? Read Mr. Brad Disgusting’s review of the game when he got to play it at Comic-Con, *cough* that son of a bitch *cough*. GHOSTBUSTERS REVIEW!
The game was supposed to be released in October of this year. Lets keep our fingers crossed it’s not pushed back, or at least not too far.
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