IMG Reviews Ghost Master
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In today's endless stream of first person shooters and real-time strategy games, we now offer a view on one of the more original games lately. In Sick Puppies' game Ghost Master you don' run along corridors in an endless search of weapons nor do you build bases and try to overrun your enemy. You just try to scare the heck out of normal humans. Though fresh in gameplay, the game borrows a lot from other well known scenes.
From the review:
Ghost Master also borrows heavily from the Sims — the humans speak in a language suspiciously similar to Simlish — and has references to more movies and cartoons than I can keep track of. There are ghosts that come straight out of Casper, Ghostbusters, Scooby Doo and countless black and white horror flicks. Playing on movie titles, the levels have names like Deadfellas, Calamityville Horror, Weird Séance, and Poultrygeist. Many of these play off of the plots of popular movies. The best reference has got to be the level modeled after Evil Dead.To read the full review, just click on the link provided below. For those who can't wait to get it, Ghost Master is available to order from the IMG Store for a price of $48.95 ($44.95 for MacGames CD/IMG Pro Subscribers). Be sure to check this spookfest out.
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