The game is, in a word, satisfying. It does a great job of reinforcing your knowledge that the Ghostbusters kick ass. It will do so with solid game play, providing a few hours of fun, a good story, and some decent humor.
Includes all the classic characters/actors.
Feels just as good as you would expect it to.
Allows you to fulfill childhood fantasies in a meaningful way.
Co-op multiplayer does not mean campaign mode.
Less trapping game play then I would have hoped for.
You don't get to drive the car.
Video Games and movies have never had a positive relationship. Movies based on Video Games are pretty reliable for being the worst films in existence. On the flip side a video-game tie in is pretty reliable for being trash as well. That being said, Ghostbusters: The Video Game is the relationship that every movie/game cross-over should strive to be.