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Ghostbusters: Resurrection

By The Nerdy Show Network

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Bustin’ makes us feel good! Ghostbusters: Resurrection is an unofficial RPG audio drama about America’s newest Ghostbusting team. It’s been over twenty years since the world was last saved by The Ghostbusters of New York. Ghosts are a rare sight these days and people have once again grown skeptical. But now, ghost sightings are on the rise in Central Florida. In a desperate attempt to keep Orlando's image as “the vacation capital of the world” unbesmirched; the mayor cuts a deal to start a new ghostbusting franchise. Ghostbusters: Resurrection is an actual-play podcast using the classic, 1980s Ghostbusters roleplaying game to tell cinematic, spectre-smashing adventures.

Customer Reviews

Busting makes me feel good

This is a high quality show. They players are fun and the sounds production is top notch. Before I listened to this show Ghostbusters was just a vaguely remembered thing from my childhood. After listening though, I've gone and rewatched the movies, played the games, and bought the comics just to get more. The movies were the original, but this show carries on the spirit.

Fantastic and Funny!

The quality of this is wonderful! I love the touches of sound effects to the story, the sound beds...the group really gets along and everything just flows so well! Great job to this group!

Feels like Ghostbusters. I mean that as the highest compliment.

Ghostbusters is an easy thing to get wrong, tonally, I've found. You can either be too silly, and lose the stakes, or too serious and married to the minutia of the canon and lose sight of the humor. GB:R really nails this balance--characters are goofy but grounded, the stakes are real, but there's always room for jokes, the action scenes are just the right balance of wild and restrained (the players know when to cite Ghostbusters protocol and when to fly by the seat of their pants) and it's exciting as often as it is hilarious.

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