Released in 2009, Ghostbusters: The Videogame, was an action game, quite faithful to the original cinematographic counterpart, in fact based on the homonymous and beloved series of films on the ghost Buster. Obviously having used the same actors as the characters' voices in the cast of the original film (ie: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, the late Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson) was a very successful idea.
Now according to the website Taiwan Software Game Rating, we have proof that the game could soon receive one remastered. There is indeed a leak according to which there would be an unspecified: "Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered'. With Mad Dog Games (already struggling with recent titles including: World War Z e NBA Playgrounds), as publisher of the title in question. No release date has been provided at this time.
The game came deleted from Steam in 2017, probably due to the expired licenses. In the aforementioned indiscretion the specific rating Xbox One as a platform. The original game was released for PC and console.
The most recent title on Ghostbusters, simply called Ghostbusters, was a shooter that, for obvious reasons, didn't have the slightest success. In fact, due to his somewhat Cartoon-like graphics (alas, I am not referring, unfortunately, to the original cartoon) and to his very Gdr nature (first of all an isometric view), he did not have the expected success. The game in question is still available on Steam. What is certain is that if indeed how the rating leak appeared in Taiwan suggests, a remastered Ghostbuster that was (in 2009) for ps3 e xbox 360 would hope all of us lovers of adventures between Poltergeist and spirited haunted libraries, by Wenkman and partners.
To refresh your memory, here is the trailer: