If Night Trap is remembered now it's for a controversial reputation it doesn't deserve. There's nothing in it worse than the average B-movie, which is what it is. Teen girls at a sleepover are menaced by bloodsuckers dressed as ninja handymen, but instead of just voyeuristically watching you're voyeuristically watching and involved as a member of the Sega Control Attack Team, SCAT for short (no, really). If it was just a B-movie you could laugh at it, but instead you have to flick between cameras in different rooms to catch the bad guys, pre-dating the central mechanic of Five Nights at Freddy's by 22 years. Instead of watching the laughable acting you're a compulsive channel-hopper in search of a better movie but doomed to keep watching Night Trap.