*Minor side point- Some of the ghosts look they would make excellent Tzeentch Horrors, depending on the actual size of the figures.
The art style is very cartoony and may turn away some potential buyers, but I think if you're a fan of the movies, this game is something that would appeal to you. They've launched with an ambitious goal of $250,000. Comparing this to Mars Attacks! which closed at over $550,000, I'm confident that this game will fund.
A lot of the discussion surrounding the game has been about the Add-Ons currently available, which are (at the time that this was written) just the models from the base game with a different coloured plastic and the rules for an "Impossible Mode". For the additional costs, it would be nice to at least see different poses or additional minor details on the figures. Another concern has been about the Glow-in-the-Dark Slimer figures, which are a Kickstarter Exclusive and are only available in the very pricey Retailer Bundle, while many other supporters would like to buy them as well. Finally there is also a lot of chatter about the shipping costs being too high, which I think is the most prominent concern as they were quite surprising. (I'll have to pay $30 USD to ship to Canada, while some other folks in Europe will have to pay as much as $45!) Cryptozoic has promised an update soon, and I'm hoping this will lay many of the concerns to rest.
I'm anxious for the Add-Ons to start up in the near future. For the $125 Mass Hysteria Bundle, I think the Add-Ons will determine whether it's actually worth the cost in the end. That being said, I only care about these issues because I want this game to be awesome. This is a neat product which I want to see more of, and eventually I would really like to paint up the Ghostbusters. Fingers crossed, and lets hope it all works out for the best.
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