New Ghostbusters II
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|New Ghostbusters II|
European cover art
|Platform(s)||Nintendo Entertainment System |
New Ghostbusters II (ゴーストバスターズ２ Gōsutobasutāzu 2) is a 1990 video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy, both developed and published by HAL Laboratory in the PAL region and Japan. The NES version was never released in North America due to licensing issues with Activision. As a result, NES players in North America only received Activision's Ghostbusters II game. A Game Boy version of New Ghostbusters II was released, simply titled Ghostbusters II.
In the game, the player is presented with four Ghostbusters to choose from: Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, Egon Spengler, or Winston Zeddemore. The NES version features their accountant, Louis Tully, as a fifth playable character. This, along with the North American version of Ghostbusters II, were the only titles ever released that allowed players to play as Winston. While the action can be performed by oneself in the NES version, a secondary player may join the game with the ability to press B on a second controller to release a ghost-catching trap. The objective of the game is to trap all the ghosts in an area until an arrow appears which alerts the player where to travel to next. A boss appears at the end of each stage.
There are six stages in the game, all important locations in the movie:
New Ghostbusters II for the NES is not a port of the Game Boy version, or vice versa. The Nintendo Entertainment System version features new music, different layouts for the levels and alternate versions of cut scenes between levels and stage bosses. The Game Boy version has 5 stages. None of the versions of New Ghostbusters II" has multi-player capabilities.
- お買い物に便利 : 新作ゲームクロスレビュー - ゴースト バスターズ2. Famicom Tsushin. No.22. Pg.18. 26 October 1990.
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