I’m a big fan of the movie Ghostbusters. I loved it as a kid, even if it kind of scared Young Adam Dorsey with its spooky dead librarians and unbelievably sexy Sigourney Weavers. I even have fond memories of playing through Ghostbusters 2, a random NES cartridge Christmas gift from my folks, which no one should pretend to have fond memories of. It’s even the first movie I saw with my girlfriend, a glorious 70mm print of the original Ghostbusters that we caught at the Cinerama, when I was too shy to sit next to her, and awkwardly crammed a few friends between us. In other words, it continues to influence my life (and I continue to be intimidated by sexy women), so when I heard that the original cast was coming back for a Ghostbusters videogame, with Aykroyd and Ramis handling the writing, I thought that this could conceivably be better than getting a Ghostbusters 3. Now, after playing it, I can tell you: It’s not.