Arguably, Night Trap was the most high-profile release ever for Sega's Mega-CD, the needless CD-ROM Mega Drive add-on, which many (me) consider to be the start of Sega's impressive downfall.
However, it also became mired in a "videogame nasty" storm, which led directly to the creation of America's games industry ratings system, the ESRB. You know: despite being about as provocative as an episode of The One Show. Tellingly, the re-released game will be rated "teen", down from the original version's "mature".
Could it be that full-motion video games are ripe for a revival? Or is this just a slice of retro-gaming kitsch, a throw-back to an era when people became outraged over the slightest little... oh.
Also, which other Mega CD games could be ripe for a re-release? Frankly, it's not an easy question to answer: there were barely any truly classic system exclusives, and most of the Mega CD's best games were "special editions" of older games with extra levels, and nicer music, and an animated cat which popped up on screen at regular intervals to put a hot cone in his "Henry".
Still... y'know... I gave it a shot.