25/02/2014

♥ A Games Freezer Tribute To Harold Ramis ♥ #RetroGaming #GamersUnite #RIPHaroldRamis

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The Games Freezer Has Been Saddened By The Death Of Harold Ramis.

 

Harold was best known for his immense comedy acting, directing and writing ability.

 

For us at Games Freezer he was the first 

"Geek Super Hero"

 
We adore the Ghostbusters Films and his role as Egon Spengler has stuck with us to this day.
 
Naturally when we were kids, after watching the Ghostbusters Movie we all wanted to be a Ghost Buster with our very own Proton Packs.

 
Many a hosepipe was attached to a rucksack in order to try and create our very own Proton Packs along with a shoebox attached to a piece of string to create our Ghost Trap (and that was just last week!) 

As you can imagine, When the Ghostbusters games hit video games shelves across every system we were always extremely excited about busting ghosts on our TV screens! 

Not many Ghostbusters games actually did the film justice but there were definitely some highlights over the years.
 
As a tribute to Harold Ramis we have decided to give you a timeline of all the Ghostbusters Video Games Released on every system ever…..

We'd like to think that Harold played videogames and in particular we'd like to think that he played at least one of the Ghostbusters Games released over the years….

So, Harold, this is for you……………..

Ghostbusters (Activision) - 1984



The Real Ghostbusters Arcade Game - 1987


Ghostbusters II Video Game - 1990



Ghostbusters Mega Drive/Genesis Video Game - 1990



The Real Ghostbusters Game Boy Video Game - 1993


Extreme Ghostbusters - 2001



Extreme Ghostbusters: Code Ecto-1 - 2002



Extreme Ghostbusters: The Ultimate Invasion



 
Ghostbusters Mobile Game - 2006




Ghostbusters: The Video Game - 2009


Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime (2011)


Ghostbusters: Paranormal Blast (2012)



Doom 2 Ghostbusters


So there you go, that's our list......

 

Which Ones Have You Played?

 

What Is Your Favourite?

 

Do Any Of Them Do The Amazing Film Justice?