Genre: Action, Adventure
Developer: FireForge Games
Release Date: Jul 12, 2016
Available Platforms: Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4
Reviewed Platforms: Windows
There’s nothing more concerning than the release of a videogame around the release of a motion picture film. It feels like a quick cash-in and usually leads to a major letdown as either the game replicates the events of the movie. Ghostbusters however, goes in a unexpected direction, going for all-new characters with seemingly no tie-ins to any movie, past or present. The experience, while it is entertaining early on, quick fades into a dull-drum wade through repetition and boredom.
That Ghostbusters game is looking okay, and the Ultimate Bundle comes with themes & digital copy of the movie
Activision Publishing, Inc. and Sony Pictures Consumer Products have revealed a new compilation for the upcoming Ghostbusters video game and film. The Ghostbusters Ultimate Bundle will launch on July 12 for SRP $64.99 on the PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Network in North America, as well as in select regions on Xbox One through the Xbox Games Store.
Developer: Platinum Games
Release Date: May 24, 2016
Available Platforms: Windows, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4
Reviewed Platforms: Playstation 4
If there is one cartoon series that has had an impact the most with, and I hate using this term, millennials, it would be The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (TMNT) Series. From ages 5 – 35, the Turtles have been a pop culture icon since their debut at Mirage comics in 1984. The Turtles have had four successful movies, three separate hit cartoon series, two Michael Bay adaptations, one awful live action TV show, and a slew of video games. The Turtles have had a ton of hit video games and a few misses through the years and you’re here to find out if their latest game from Platinum Games and Activision, Mutants in Manhattan, is in that top tier of Turtle games.