When the NRA wanted to open a themed restaurant in New York City's Time Square, a lot of people were rabidly upset at their proposal to include a virtual skeet-shooting gallery in the lobby. In their defence, gun club enthusiasts wheeled out House of the Dead 2 and CarnEvil which were readily accessible at arcades also located in Time Square. The questioned posed by the comparison was whether or not their virtual skeet-shooting gallery (with no representations of humans as targets) was somehow worse than what kids already had access to. On this one, it's kind of hard to argue with them.