The Ghostbusters video game has been eagerly anticipated to say the least, with early glimpses of promising action gameplay and the announcement that the original cast would be lending their voices to the game as well. Though the higher powered console versions of Ghostbusters are indeed great in their own right, I had feared that my beloved PS2 would wind up with a watered down port. Ever so thankfully though, Ghostbusters on the PS2, while looking quite different graphically in a cartoony-ish style (as does the Wii version) from its higher powered brethren, benefits from addictive and entertaining gameplay, as well as a wonderful re-creation of the Ghostbusters world. You play as a new recruit under the tutilege of Peter, Ray, Egon, and Winston; as you chase down some familiar looking ghosts (what would a Ghostbusters game be without Slimer and Stay Puft after all?) in a story that takes place after the events of the films. If there's any drawbacks to Ghostbusters, it's the control scheme in terms of wrangling and trapping ghosts, which is cumbersome and definitely takes some getting used to. Along with some graphical glitches, frame-rate drops, and slowdown; Ghostbusters isn't without its flaws, but the game remains a fun blast regardless. Once you get used to the controls, taking on ghosts is fun and rewarding, and scanning with the PKE Meter to unlock some bonuses and easter eggs will keep you occupied. The game's script is dynamite, and with a voice cast that includes the returning Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, and William Atherton (along with new addition Alyssa Milano) help making even listening to the game a joy. All in all, if all you own is a PS2 and you're a Ghostbusters fan in the least, you should definitely pick up this game, and with the budget price tag it carries, there really isn't a reason not to.