The Ghostbusters Peripheral We Should Have Had

When your officially licensed movie tie-in game is a bit of a disappointment, who ya gonna call? Nobody. It's too late to fix that. But oh, how things could have been different if this Wii Proton Pack had been sold.

It's the work of modder Jack Rossi, who built both the pack and the thrower himself to add a little more realism to the Wii version of last year's Ghostbusters game.

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Not only does it look great with its Wii-matched colour scheme, it's functional, the blue lights displaying which player is active and also how much battery life is left in the contraption.

Nintendo Wii Proton Pack [Ghostbusters Fans, via Gizmodo]

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tnmnsquare
tnmnsquare

When I was a kid I got a proton pack as a gift. It was just like this one except is had a yellow foam "stream" of proton energy which fit in the gun. When I pulled the trigger sand got moved around inside it andf the foam would circle around. I loved that thing to death. Literally the best gift I think I ever got as a kid, better than my Genesis even because it made me use my imagination way more.