Grand Theft Auto V hit shelves on Sept. 17 and is easily the biggest game left in this generation before we see the new consoles. As is usual for a new Rockstar release, everyone is talking about it. The general opinion seems to be that Grand Theft Auto V is another well-crafted game in the series, with the expected array of improvements ranging from minor tweaks to smart new mechanics and systems. Reviews have been, for the most part, unsurprisingly positive. However, there has been one common complaint that I’ve seen brought up several times from game sites like Kotaku and Gamespot: Some people take issue with Rockstar’s continuing focus on misogynistic or racist themes in the Grand Theft Auto series.