A Night Trap Anniversary video game is coming out. Here is the announcement video. Bad music and cheesy settings warning. Also the scene that supposedly caused those government meetings back in the day. Sadly you can come across far worse on the Internet, for free I might add, then a few guys dressed in black taking away a barely dressed girl and using a drill. I think the girl was the hottest in the game and I always tried to save her. And if I remember correctly, at this point you had to have a certain number of bad guys captured or the game wouldn't let you continue. It was like a halfway point. I thought the "game" wasn't that great back then. I still own it and I'm getting this anniversary version eventually. But this was the early days of more interactive video games. I don't think the term casual gamer was even around then. I don't even want to mention the company that released the physical game as there are a lot of pissed off gamers out there. I knew about it too late and it sold out not even in a day but a few minutes if that according to some. I mentioned the Kickstarter here a year or so ago. You would think a company would know about interest in a game. Allow a day or so for people to get it. Or release it based on market demand. But the physical release company is one of those fly by night types that only produce a small amount to guarantee a sell out, allow people to buy 2 copies if they want to keep one sealed or sell to pay for both copies, have an all sales are final / no returns policy, and allow scalpers to exist. They even have the nerve to sell a box for shipping. You see companies like this in a lot of industries these days. The company which released Night of the Living Dead 1990 is like that. It's one thing to have a limited product. But at least it should be special. Not just a simple disc release in which getting a color booklet or poster is made to seem like a big deal when it was standard back in the day.