I broke this out again for the first time in a few years, and I still have way too much of the dialogue and events memorized.
Whether you love or hate the FMV genre thing, there's no denying that this game's chock full of comedy gold, whether deliberate or otherwise.
<~whoever's playing is guaranteed an early game over)
The game so infamous, it killed Dana Plato's career(her actual death was her own fault, sadly).
I was going to write a FAQ for the game to lay out all the times to view the numerous story events at(since many of them happen simultaneously), but I realized it was going to take way too long.
The controversy over the game is really silly in hindsight nowadays, since the most violent scene involves a suspended body being drained of blood. There's practically no gore whatsoever.
The psuedo-sequel Double Switch is also excellent(and much harder to get a perfect run on, if even possible), but I guess that's another story.
In some ways, Night Trap's the most demanding, since getting the good ending requires trapping each and every one of the Augers, even during the best story event in the game(when the SCAT team storm the house in the finale), during which they show up everywhere.
Also, the Aug music is classic.
Oh, and even though it got ported all over the place (3D0, PC, Sega CD again), I still prefer the 'red box'('uncut') version, for the SCAT team being called the 'Sega Control Attack Team', and using a Genesis Controller in the introduction(they were dubbed the Special Control Attack Team in the subsequent ports).