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Vigo The Carpathian's Role In Ghostbusters: The Video Game Revealed

Ray Stantz and Vigo the CarpathianUPDATE:  Have you found Vigo in the new game yet?  I have.

If you've been reading Press The Buttons for a while then you've probably realized by now that when it comes to the ghostly villains of Ghostbusters, I prefer the talkative grandiose Vigo the Carpathian over Gozer the Gozarian.  We've known for a while that The Sorrow of Moldavia will appear in the upcoming Ghostbusters: The Video Game, but his exact involvement has remained a mystery until now, as over at the game's development blog, Jeff Mills of Red Fly Studio has spilled the beans on where to find the ancient warlock in the Nintendo Wii version of the game.

"But what of Vigo the Carpathian, the Scourge of Carpathia and the Sorrow of Moldavia?" you ask? He's here. If you look around enough, you'll find him. He's still pretty feisty but essentially just a harmless—yet very talkative—painting. Perhaps that's why he's stored where he is, so no one has to listen to his incessant, grand and glorious threats. Be sure to fully explore the world provided to you in this game. There are many gems hidden for life-long fans and newcomers alike.

While you might expect that I'd want the chance to bust him myself, Vigo doesn't need to be an actual antagonist in the game.  Just the fact that he's in there somewhere to issue bombastic threats from the sidelines is enough for me.