To wrap up their time at the International Licensing Expo, Sony threw an after party, which was attended by Ernie Hudson, with music by Ray Parker Jr. and his band. CNET’s Crave was there and got a chance to talk to Ernie. It turns out, Ernie had changed so little over the years, the developers scanned his head – the only one of the OGBs that had that done, apparently. While Ray Parker Jr. and company pulled off a 15 minute Ghostbusters theme jam (maaaaaan. Tell me someone had a recorder), Hudson confirmed that the game is being pitched as a true sequel to the first two movies, making it officially Ghostbusters 3.