Items tagged with Ghostbusters

We know Slimer can make a gooey mess and is generally harmless, but can the sticky spirit from beyond make you a better player in Rocket League? Probably not, but you can deck out your ride with a Slimer Topper, just as soon as you complete the requisite challenge as part of the timely Haunted Hallows event that is starts today (likely live by the time you are reading this). "Once Haunted Hallows goes live, your Event Challenges will be available to complete. Just like Llama-Rama, completing each Challenge will unlock a specific Haunted Hallows-themed item, like the Ghostbusters Wheels, Slimer Topper, Mood Slime Boost, and more!," Psyonix explains. The Ghostbusters crossover is not just a nostalgic... Read more...
To many of us that are 80s children — and for anyone else that at least has somewhat of a sense of humor — the 1984 film Ghostbusters is a comedy classic. It holds a place in our hearts as a piece of our childhood (or adulthood) as something “special” and for better or worse, some people let that reverence to the movie get the better of them. Look no further than the upcoming reboot of Ghostbusters that features an all-female cast. Screen Crush has determined that the trailer for the Ghostbusters reboot is currently the most disliked movie trailer in YouTube history. As of this writing, the trailer has over over 212,000 likes and nearly 600,000 dislikes. According Screen Crush’s Mike Sampson,... Read more...
After years of delays (including one cancelation), developer change-ups, and a lot of hard work, Terminal Reality succeeded in bringing a Ghostbusters game to market for the PS3, XBox 360, Wii, and PC. Terminal Reality committed to building their own graphics engine—dubbed the Infernal Engine—to facilitate game development; we recently had a chance talk with them about the game, the new engine, and the future of multi-core gaming. The questions were answered by Mark Randel, President and Founder and Joe Kreiner, VP of Sales and Marketing...An Interview With Game Developer Terminal Reality ... Read more...
After years of delays (including one cancelation), developer change-ups, and a lot of hard work, Terminal Reality succeeded in bringing a Ghostbusters game to market for the PS3, XBox 360, Wii, and PC. Terminal Reality committed to building their own graphics engine—dubbed the Infernal Engine—to facilitate game development; we recently had a chance talk with them about the game, the new engine, and the future of multi-core gaming. The questions listed below were answered by Mark Randel, President and Founder and Joe Kreiner, VP of Sales and Marketing... Ghostbusters Game Trailer HotHardware: Implementing effective multi-core support in a video game has historically been a challenge,... Read more...