While they shouldn’t be considered final, Lucas sent in this pic of the demo controls for the Ghostbusters game. At this stage, they are if nothing else, a really good hint of what the final controls will be, as well as hint as some of the equipment setting features. Thanks, Lucas.
Capture Stream/Alternate Fire (only with proton stream weapons) – Left Button
Secondary Weapon Fire – Left Trigger
Primary Weapon – Right Trigger
Vent Proton Pack – Right Button
PKE Meter/Goggles – Y Button
Deploy Containment Trap – X Button
Jump – B Button
Use/Interact – A Button
Pause/Game Options – Start
Rotate Camera – Right Stick
Xbox Guide Buttons – Xbox Button
Directional Pad – D-Pad
Move – Left Stick
Proton Stream – D-Pad Up
Plasm Distribution System – D-Pad Down
Dark Matter Generator – D-Pad Left
Composite Particle System – D-Pad Right
This is also semi-official confirmation of the game controls as scooped in the OXM article last month – don’t forget, OXM’s interview with Ryan French is tomorrow on Xbox Insider. Don’t miss it!
Some more info and images for the Vivendi Mobile Ghostbusters cellphone game have popped up. The game, which has an excellent caricature cartoon style, has all four Ghostbusters busting ghost in three game-modes (no word on what those are), 50 levels, over various parts of the Greater New York area. C’mon, iPhone version!
Wow, I hope you watched it, because it got yanked within minutes of me posting it. I wonder if I got a PBS channel in trouble? Whoops.
If the video comes back, I’ll be sure to post it again.
[UPDATE] QZeddemore has
found submitted a video he made and posted to Game Trailers – very similar to the one that was on Flickr earlier.
[UPDATE] And more video! Thanks Zack!
[UPDATE] Q posted a whole lot more info he’s gathered at the SDCC – details of the game gleaned from Assoc. Producer Ryan French, pictures of swag from the show (marshmallow flavoured lip balm – nice), and still pics of the game demo main-menu (showing the Firehall in a near exact copy of its real surroundings in New York.) “Extras”, eh?
[UPDATE] Found a new link to the PBS video. Kotaku has their hands-on impressions from the show (thanks to Adam.) As well, Gamespot has not one, but three videos from SDCC, which pretty much put the PBS clip to shame, but fair’s fair – they got the first video up, even if it disappeared for awhile.
It’s a ghosthead rollcall at the Sony booth today – I see Arizona GBs, West Coast GBs, and many many more! Everybody in the picture, sound off – tell us you were there. Tell us how many showed up for the picture. Someone send me a copy of that group shot! Note the Real Ghostbusters DVD trailer running in the background!
There’s a much nicer shot of the Sony booth (full size pic here) – the game is obviously getting some high visibility. The booth has a lot of attendants in black tees with the logo, like the two playing the game here – I’m wondering if the public is getting any hands on time.