Night Trap, the SEGA CD title that was built using hours of full motion video rather than hand drawn images to show off the power of CD is heading to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The re-release is coming to coincide with the 25th Anniversary of the original release.
Developer Screaming Villains is behind the re-release of the game which was pulled from retail by SEGA when it first launched due to it being quite controversial for its time. It was so bad that the games industry formed the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB) to prevent being regulated by the government. At the time, Night Trap was one of the go to games for government officials to complain about violence in video games.
The game follows a sleep over of teenage girls that comes under attack from vampires. It is your job, as a paranormal investigations agent, to switch between cameras through the house and set traps to stop the vampires getting the girls. Think Five Nights at Freddy’s but in FMV and made 25 years ago.
While Night Trap will be releasing digitally for both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the PlayStation 4 will also get a physical release thanks to Limited Run Games. They will be releasing three different variants of the box art, each based on the three versions that released in 1992.
— Limited Run Games (@LimitedRunGames) April 25, 2017
You can download the Night Trap theme song from Screaming Villains website for free, the game itself is slated for a Spring release.