Gamnesia: "The issue of discrimination is a very real and a very serious one, but claims of what constitutes discrimination these days are often as ridiculous as the very idea of a rainbow sheep.
Are we to consider The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask as racist because its human denizens are discriminatory to Gorons and consider Deku Scrubs to be much lower than themselves? In this instance, we cannot fall into the trap of mistaking the conveyance of racial issues within a video game as the game itself being racist.
Consider Metroid: Other M; it is accused of being sexist because of its portrayal of Samus, a large-breasted blonde, as overly-emotional and dependent upon her male mentor, Adam. There are also jabs made at Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII for a few raunchy garments."