Speaking of the Interactive Achievement Awards, Terminal Reality’s Ghostbusters: The Video Game is up for an award for Outstanding Achievement in Adapted Story. And after wrongly failing to win some other, shoo-in awards, this one has got to be in the bag. Partly because the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences is more about the art and the science (as opposed to the manliness and Doritos commercials) and “Outstanding Achievement in Adapted Story” in 2009 is practically code for “Outstanding Ghostbusters Game with Ghosts”. Oh sure, Batman: Arkham Asylum was cool, and yes yes, Marvel blah blah blah. But it’s hard to consider their stories more outstanding or better adapted than bring Ghostbusters back to near 1980s popularity levels.