Hardcore Gaming 101 - Laser Ghost
Many Sega arcade games were flagrant rip-offs of American movies. Laser Ghost was Sega's attempt to channel into a shooting gallery game. This is a little unusual considering they released a properly licensed Ghostbusters game for the Genesis around the same time, but perhaps the rights for an arcade tie-in were still owned by Data East, who had published The Real Ghostbusters three years before.
Sega's shooting gallery Ghostbusters parody included a set of mirrors that made it seem like you were shooting lasers through your viewfinder.