Happy 30th birthday, Commodore 64!
Happy 30th birthday, Commodore 64! The bulky brown home computing box of choice of the 1980's hits the three decade landmark this month, and is fondly remembered by many a tech fan (including this very Tech Digest writer) as their…
Ghostbusters crossing streams on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC for Sanctum of Slime
Pull on your Proton Packs and grab yourself a twinkie, the Ghostbusters are rolling back onto the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC platforms next year in a brand new title, Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime. Due out in Spring 2011, this…
Ghostbusters busts ghosts, maybe kicks off a new format war?
If there’s something strange, in the neighborhood, who are you going to call? Failing the ambulance, the fire brigade and the police, your best bet is probably the fourth emergency service, the Ghostbusters (lets face it, mountain rescue and the coast guard are, if anything, less valid than the Ghostbusters, especially in inland urban areas). So it’s a little odd that despite the abundance of cop films, hospital dramas and, er, London’s Burning, that there are only two films and a couple of spin-off TV series about the Ghostbusters. There is a silver lining to this travesty, though: the latter is almost ubiquitously available. Now not only can you own Ghostbusters on DVD and, presumably, internet download and Blu-ray, but Argos are selling the first film, bizarrely, on a USB memory stick.