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Still Butthurt, Night Trap ReVamped Devs Not Bringing It To Wii U

Posted by Streex on August 12, 2014 at 8:10 PM

Night Trap, LLC have decided the world is need of more Night Trap, and are remaking the 1993 flop for a new generation. It was originally made for the Sega CD, and former Chairman of Nintendo of America Howard Lincoln was instrumental in making sure Congressmen knew this game was worse than Mortal Kombat, and vowed that Night Trap would never be on a Nintendo console. The creators of the game still remember those actions and words 20 years ago, so even though Howard Lincoln is long gone, they still have their arms crossed and noses in the air.


"Ever hear the term “never burn bridges?” Well, Howard Lincoln, the former president of Nintendo US, made our lives miserable during the 1994 Senate Hearings on Video Game Violence. Not only did he quietly suggest to congressman, though the use of Nintendo-supplied and heavily edited footage, that they should demonize Night Trap rather than Nintendo’s Mortal Combat, but he also declared publicly that Night Trap would never appear on a Nintendo system. And he was right: as much as Nintendo desperately needs publishers to support their third-place platform, we won’t be one of them. There’s just too much bad blood between us and them."


Many will believe this not coming to Wii U is a blessing, and who can blame them. Not only do Night Trap, LLC not know Mortal Kombat is spelled with a k, they believe Nintendo is in third. If you would still like to see this game become reality, support their Kickstarter. Maybe this remake will score higher than 40%.


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