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Night Trap shows just how much Nintendo has changed in the last 25 years

11 monthes ago   |   By iMore

The game that was never supposed to be on a Nintendo console makes its way to the Switch!
In America, the powers that be have a long and storied history of looking to popular culture as an explanation for violence. One of the first such examples can be seen in 1954 with the Senate Subcommittee Hearings into Juvenile Delinquency. The purpose of these hearings was to shine a light on the biggest reason for juvenile delinquency in America; the dreaded comic book. While they can certainly be viewed as ridiculous in the modern day, these hearings had a long-lasting effect on the medium of comic...
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