People have been asking me to check out the continuation of the Ghostbusters franchise for a while… so here it is!
In all seriousness, all of the attention the franchise has gotten recently has encouraged me to dig up Atari’s 2009 release for all major consoles and PC. At the time, it was quite well received. In fact, Dan Aykroyd himself said that this is basically the “Third Movie” that fans had been waiting for. In those 7 years since then, this leaves quite a few questions. Has it aged well? Was it as awesome as we remembered? Did we get the 3rd movie we wanted or were we clouded by nostalgia? Let’s crack open the Terminal Reality version (for PC, in my case) and crack down on some paranormal activity! More after the jump.
Author’s Note: Pardon the lateness. When a tree slams on your house due to a storm, that takes a little bit of precedence over writing, which sucks. In fact, malevolent ghosts could have been behind it, for all we know. After all, they say my town is haunted… or at least the large historic hotel is!
Lemme start by saying that I am not a superstitious person, but it’s hard to deny some things in this world (let alone universe) defy our comprehension and will probably continue to do so for eons to come. What could this be? Alien beings, parallel universes, otherworlds seen in myth and legend? Beyond the fantastical, we have theories of sinister organizations working underneath our thumbs, pseudo-government tyrannies run by companies, among other things. Sounds like science fiction and are probably inventions of creative minds, but what amount of truth can be found in those statements? Sure, this is quickly starting to sound like the beginning of a poorly written creepypasta, but it does make one wonder. Whether intended for plain old entertainment or an attempt to broaden our horizons, various bits of media have wondered what lurks within our own world, as well as what lurks beyond ours. And beyond the media, such notions are ingrained into countless cultures around the world. Even if it’s popular mythology, these stories continue to live and breath much like we do. Let’s have a look at some examples I personally enjoy.