Light gun games are a strange if not wonderful breed. The comforting clackety clack of the Time Crisis guns, the rush of toppling six axe-wielding zombies in row in House of the Dead, and the sheer magic of peering down a sniper scope in (funnily enough) Sniper Scope. Light gun gaming was the cornerstone experience had by all in the childhood mecca that was the old school arcade. Their injection into the home through consoles was both a blessing and curse. By bringing these brilliant experiences to the home we got to experience them in our bedroom but also lost the joy and wonder of the classic arcade. The flashing lights, the tinkle of two pence pieces, and the groan of parents as they remove more pound coins from their pockets - priceless.