Night Trap, the FMV game that U.S. Senators once called “sick” and “disgusting,” is now available in a spruced-up edition on PlayStation 4 and PC, 25 years after its original release on Sega CD in 1992. There’s even a few special, delightfully cheesy, bonus gifts.
This 28-minute Sega CD commercial, masquerading as the pilot episode of a teen TV series, hasn’t been seen in decades. Almost as though it’s been waiting, beneath the dirt, for the world to finally be ready and able to process just how 90s it was.
If nothing says “early 90s” like MC Hammer, then nothing says “mid 90s” like shitty Sega CD games. How wonderful the two could come together, then, in Hammer vs. Evil D. in Soulfire, a game that looked as awful as it sounded.