For anyone making a youth nostalgia film, it's easy enough to nail the signifiers: the clothes and the cars, the great songs (or kitsch classics), the ''casual'' references to famous news events. What's harder to catch is the mood, the vibe, the aspects of an era we didn't even know were defining until the movie revealed them.
They have different game systems, and Wynn's brand, bowing to parental and governmental concerns, will play only a censored version of the game. No Blood. No heads exploding from electrocution. Not nearly as much fun.