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In addition to a TMNT kick that I've been on lately, I've also been on a Ghostbusters kick. Great set of movies. Also a great cartoon. I also recently bought quite a few Ghostbusters video games over the last few weeks:

Ghostbusters (Famicom) [I know it sucks, but I was curious to see how this piece of crap was marketed in its country of origin]
Ghostbusters II (NES)
Ghostbusters II (Game Boy)
Ghostbusters (Genesis)

P.S. It's funny how in the cartoon that Peter Venkman was played by the guy who played Garfield, and ironically enough, Bill Murray wound up playing Garfield in the live action Garfield movie.


Tue Apr 17, 2007 8:00 pm
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Try out the C-64 version of the first game, or the SMS one. That game I love.

There was also a later PC GhostBusters game, in which you could go to jail and stuff.

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Snatcher wrote:
There was also a later PC GhostBusters game, in which you could go to jail and stuff.


Ooooh! I never heard of that one.


Tue Apr 17, 2007 8:51 pm
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Snatcher wrote:
Try out the C-64 version of the first game, or the SMS one. That game I love.


Wow, that C64 version certainly brings back my childhood memories, I just loved that game! The C64 is a pure nostalgia machine, I've not got it anymore, but I am surprised there is no emulators out there for it...shame.


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Henry Spencer wrote:
I've not got it anymore, but I am surprised there is no emulators out there for it...shame.


You are completely wrong there

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There is? :eek: Please, lead the way then.


Wed Apr 18, 2007 12:55 pm
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I'd LOVE to play the C64 version, but EVERY SINGLE C64 emulator I've tried, I can't figure out how to work the damn things! Why can't they just make it like normal emulators where you pick a ROM and open it?


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Henry Spencer wrote:
There is? :eek: Please, lead the way then.


http://www.zophar.net/c64.html

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Groovy, thanks for that, Artemio.


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