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The Opera Diva Ghost (known as Opera Lady in an article before the game was released) appears as a villain in Ghostbusters: The Video Game. For strategy on defeating them, go to the Panic in Times Square Level (realistic version) article.
According to Tobin's Spirit Guide Edit
- Category: Class IV Full-Roaming Phantom
- Type: Ghost (must trap)
- Attacks: Range, Rush
- Weaknesses: Proton Stream
- Dazed Duration: Moderate
- Trap resistance: Medium
In RING!, the popular and long-running Broadway adaptation of Wagner's epic opera cycle, Brunhilde was sung by world-renowned soprano Carlotta Caprizzi--her most famous role. The entire cast was killed when, in a burst of thunderous applause near the end of Carlotta's aria, the old and structurally questionable stage collapsed underneath them. These fat ladies never finished singing.
Opera Diva Ghosts are very similar to Hobo or Construction Worker ghosts. Their arsenal of attacks is somewhat limited and they can be very slow to move. Use their slow speed to your advantage and blast them with your Proton Stream as they float around. When they swoop down and attempt to rush you, move out of their way and continue to wear them down. After wearing them down, cap, them and trap them.
- Times Square
- The second message left on the Firehouse answering machine accessible after the cut scenes that follow the Panic in Times Square Level is from a male caller angry about the noise made by the Opera Diva ghosts. 
- ↑ Male Caller; After Panic in Times Square, Firehouse 2nd Floor Answering Machine Message 2 of 13 (2009). Ghostbusters: The Video Game (Realistic Versions) - Firehouse (2009) (PC/PS3/Xbox 360). Terminal Reality. Male Caller says: "Is this Ghostbusters? I'm trying to get some sleep over here but it's non-stop with all this screaming and moaning and opera singing and things flying around throwing rocks. Am I the only one in this city that has to get up for work tomorrow? Keep it down!"