We've known about it for a while, but today Atari has officially announced that it will be publishing Terminal Reality's new Ghostbusters game. The title was left in limbo after Activision shut down Vivendi and spurned a number of IPs.
After a long time hanging around like a dog with no collar, Ghostbusters seemed to have a home with Atari but we never had any official confirmation. Now we have it, along with a tiny offering of new screenshots.
Ghostbusters is on track for a 2009 release and will coincide with the original film's 25th anniversary. The game was looking damn hot when it was last seen, so this is great news indeed. It's not like Atari couldn't do with a good game, either.
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