No one in their right mind should be excited for the re-release of Night Trap, but some of us can't help ourselves. Night Trap was originally released in 1992 for the SEGA CD, and it is best known for its confusing story and lackluster gameplay. Later ports of the game have also been criticized since it didn't really age very well. So why would anyone be excited for the Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition coming to the PlayStation 4 and PC?
Because Night Trap is a glorious B-movie starring Dana Plato. It also played an important part in video game history being one of the titles along with Mortal Kombat that was scrutinized during the United States congressional hearings on violence in video games.