Chief amongst them is Ghostbusters. Picking up where the films ended, and featuring an original script penned by series alumni Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis, who also make cameos, it's the franchise's first true sequel in two decades. You can't beat the premise either: As a new team member, players join familiar faces such as Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson (OK, poor choice) to battle Slimer, Gozer and the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man. Initial impressions are positive between the game's comprehensive voice-acting cast and action-oriented, proton-pack-heavy play. But while we wait for the title to ship in June, here's hoping an inadvertent mid-production change of publisher from Vivendi Universal to Atari hasn't resulted in any crossed streams.