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Sony poach (PAL) Ghostbusters – Bad Times

Mere weeks from release, Sony has decided that the imminent Blu-Ray release of the original Ghostbusters films didn’t have enough of a marketing push, therefore they have thrown a hefty chunk of cash towards the as ever terminally-strapped-for-cash Atari. The result = Platform exclusivity for the PS3 & PS2 (with the PSP coming along later) …
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Underworld Underperforms – **UPDATED**

You know there’s something not quite right with an industry when a product can sell (not just ship, mind you) 1.5 million individual copies across 6 major platforms and it’s performance is deemed ‘unsatisfactory’… Unfortunately, such a fate has befallen the latest Tomb Raider game, Underworld. Despite receiving above average reviews (in spite of some …
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Terminator Salivation – Salvation game trailer released

Those Spike VGAs just keep on giving! Terminator Salvation is (essentially) the fourth Terminator film, but it holds the awkward distinction of being a pseudo-reboot too…  boot!  The focus seems to have shifted squarely from the steely-eyed evil-robot-goes-good to the squishy humans of the piece and their survival of the enevitable Judgement Day & the …
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Kikizo interviews Terminal Reality on Ghostbusters

As the title suggests, Kikizo have interviewed Terminal Reality (unsurprisingly) about their Ghostbusters game that was recently saved from the chasm of oblivion by (of all people) Atari. They touch upon (amongst other things) the multi-player mode, the boss fights, the original premise of the game being an official ‘Ghostbusters 3’ and anticipation about being …
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ZOMG! Atari News

In what i’m hoping will become a fairly irregular occurance (because supporting them is just not cricket), we’ve got some Atari news and it’s good news too!. Firstly, MCV are reporting that Ghostbusters, the recently-saved highly-anticipated stream crossing simulator which was dropped in the messy amalgamation of Activision & Vivendi, will hit retail around the …