February 4th is Sega Ghostbusters day, predicted by this video to take place in 1985, the game was released in 1990. On the 2019 Sega Ghostbusters day it's time to start sharing old Sega Ghostbusters month videos on BitChute and DTube, starting with UNIMULTIVERSE BITS SEGA GHOSTBUSTERS BIT-01 the first (and also originally belated, and ended up getting uploaded later in the month) Sega Ghostbusters day video produced as part of the UniMultiVerse Archives.
Wow, my room was dusty in some of those old videos, some of the footage used in this video was originally recorded for an other video I had in mind, and I actually wanted the dust left there for that other video... but, I probably should have shot some dust free video clips for this video. Over all I had been playing my video games less at that time, and the room was always a very dusty room.
A review of Ghostbusters for the Sega Master System and Sega Genesis. The Sega Mega Drive version is also talked about.
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UniMultiVerse Bits Sega Ghostbusters Bit-01 is a video reviewing Ghostbusters for the 8-bit and 16-bit Sega video game consoles, This video is by Joey Fancy. Joey gives his views on the Sega Master System and Sega Genesis also Sega Mega Drive versions of the Ghostbusters game.
Also referenced is Star Control 1 and 2 also Phantasy Star IV and 1, 2 and 3. Xenogears is also spoken about, and Crystal Castles is referenced.