A classic from both 1984 and 2009 is about to make a comeback. Gamers might want to watch out for slime. Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered officially launched for the PlayStation 4 on Friday, October 4th. \n \nFans of the 1984 movie are about to have a lot of reasons to be excited. The game closely follows the titular main characters from the original film through New York City. But movie fans aren't the only ones who are going to be pleased because the game also has a lot in store for gaming aficionados who enjoyed the original title from 2009. The remastered edition also comes with a whole slew of new features, content, and upgrades. \n \nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/M6ON61SZs-A \n \nGhostbusters: The Video Game Remastered follows the story of the original four Ghostbusters: Winston, Egon, Peter, and Ray (played respectively by Ernie Hudson, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, and Dan Akroyd). In doing so, the story of the game will mostly follow the same one depicted in the original 1984 film with more depth and subtle tweaks. \n \nSo what makes the latest Ghostbusters game different from the 2009 edition? Plenty. The most significant change is how it highlights each of the individual characters throughout the story. This time around, there will be more opportunities to see the characters working through the problems around them. \n \nJohn Melchior, the game's executive producer, said the development team wanted to create environments within the game that would allow the characters and their humor to stand out. So Ghostbusters is more of an expansion on the original story of the 1984 film for megafans of the series. \n \nThe game comes with other added features as well. One of the most important aspects of the 2009 version is the introduction of "the rookie." The rookie is the playable character who starts as a new recruit for the Ghostbusters. Within the game, the rookie has no dialogue. So players won't need to slide into the role of one of the four main characters. They can be themselves and observe the world around them. \n \nBut despite the introduction of the rookie, players will find a whole bunch of familiar things too. The developers have even managed to bring back Stay Puft, the Sedgewick Hotel, the iconic ballroom scene, and much more. Whether a film nerd or someone looking for something different, this might be worth trying out. \n \nGhostbusters: The Video Game Remastered officially launched for the PlayStation 4 today, the 4th of October. Copies are available for purchase and download on the PlayStation Store. Watch out for ghosts.