This reminds me of the old Foster's spots where Paul Hogan would mention the fact American beer ads can't show anyone drinking beer. Similarly, Cabela's Big Game Hunter 2012 can't show any big game getting shot. Marketing staff don't care, marketing staff will show you shooting and missing. It gives just as good a…
From Hitler moustaches to "sweat" in Mortal Kombat, Nintendo have a long history of over-reacting to violence in video games. So it shouldn't surprise you that, in 2009, you're still not allowed to call a Wii peripheral a "gun".
As distasteful as you may find Cabela's Big Buck Hunt - or indeed the people who play it - you've got admit there's something shamefully satisfying about the game's plastic peripherals.