It's not hard to understand why anyone, Christians included, would have a problem with some of the more violent video games such as Grand Theft Auto, at least in the sense that it's better if kids don't get to play a game in which you can, among many other things, run over prostitutes in order to get back the money your character just gave them. However, could anyone really have a moral issue with cutesy cartoon games like Super Mario? The reviewers Christina unearthed do. Here's an extract from a review of Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games:
Nudity/Sexual Content – “There is nothing offensive in this category, but I do want to mention that Princess Peach and Daisy do wear some high cut shorts”For anyone interested in learning more about the glamorous princess and her short shorts, I've included a picture. And the reviewers take similar issue with the female golfers in Tiger Woods PGA Tour '08:
Nudity/Sexual Content – “Characters clothing is sexy or accentuates their sexuality. Many of the female golfers wear tight fitted clothing”Terrible, isn't it?