Ghostheads – Episode 30!

Ghostheads – Episode 23

“Night Game”

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Opening – Minutes 0:44 – 6:30
News- Minutes 6:31 – 29:03
GB II on Blu-ray
Ghostbusters III dead
Casting call for body doublesand Aykroyd and Chase working on a new comedy movie

Word from our sponsor – Minutes 29:04 – 29:29
New York Comic Con 2012 – Minutes 29:30 – 33:24
Closing – Minutes 33:24 – 37:34

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IGT to release second Ghostbusters slot machine.

Last year International Gaming Technology unveiled their Ghostbusters video slot machine. Reaction to it has been good enough that IGT is set to release a Ghostbusters spinning reel slot machine. I’m not an expert on the differences between the two, but they clearly are two different machines, each featuring a unique set of video slot games. IGT has posted their press blurb, gameplay video (which was posted to YouTube on Monday), and machine stills at their website. The game features the same excellent likenesses and props as the first game. Stay tuned for more info regarding locations. Big thanks to Charles for the heads up!

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GB video game character art appears online, turns into awesome treasure hunt! spotted these renders of characters Ian McIntosh created for Terminal Reality’s Ghostbusters: The Video Game (for the PC/Xbox/PS3 skews at least) – besides nice render studies of all four Ghostbusters and The Rookie, there’s also a head shot of Janine, a picture of the Mayor and Peck, and some stray characters, like the security guards and newsreader. You can check out his full gallery here, but be warned, the last couple of pages are of NSFW concept sketches, not GB related.

Where it gets even more fun is that there is a lot of other GBVG art on the same site – Robert St.Aubin posted a lot of his concept art from the game, including levels and menus, but the kicker is the sweet achievement icons he made that had to be scrapped when the retro-pixel style didn’t transfer well to TV.

And it goes on and on – Ecto-4WD concept art for Sanctum of Slime by Javier Martinez, a Dapper Dan Schoening gallery, and a truckload of fan art. Well worth poking around!