The videogame industry has seen its share of controversy, almost all of which center around sex and violence. It's a rare thing for a game to be labeled as potentially racist. But that's what it's come to for Capcom's Resident Evil 5. The potty mouth of the main character Chris Redfield isn't an issue nor is the excessive blood and routine decapitations. What's drawing the ire of many outside the industry (and raising the eyebrows of some within it) is who you kill in RE5.