Ghostbusters Game Back On?During an interview with The Edmonton Sun, a Canadian tabloid, former Ghostbuster Dan Akroyd gave hope to millions of Bust-nuts. "Universal purchased the rights from Sony for a [Ghostbuster] game," Akroyd told the Sun. "Im actually going to have to perform and do some motion capture for them. That will be next year." This comes just a few weeks after a video was posted on YouTube showing off an Xbox 360 demo of a proposed Ghostbuster game. ZootFly, the European developer responsible for the footage, confirmed that due to some licensing issues the game was on hold. Actors are often far out of the loop when it comes to game development. Its possible that Akroyd was contracted to take part in the game, but was not yet aware it had been put on hold. It could also mean that the rights to a Ghostbuster game has been delivered to a different developer and is to be published by Universals games division, Vivendi. Vivendi could not be reached for comment at the time of this posting.