It is pretty tasteless, but having now read the site, it is also educational in some respects. It at least attempts to be historically accurate. I don't think we should really have to wait until all members of the family, etc., are dead to bring up the subject. The reason I think it is tasteless is that whether it can be done in a simulation / "game" does not prove or disprove whether it could have occurred in reality; therefore the game is not really educational. I think Traffic was the company that made "Postal", a totally indefensible (and inane) game. Ironically, IMO a less tasteless version would have set up an actual car with gelatin dummies and put top ranked sharpshooters behind an actual gun to recreate optimal conditions for the situation. This would yield much more useful and accurate information as to what happened. Granted, we will undoubtedly never know what really happened that day, but just because it has been sixty some years, doesn't mean it is irrelevant.