In gaming, progression tends to happen far faster than any other entertainment medium. Just at time of writing, Bioware are profusely apologising for the portrayal of a transgender character in Mass Effect Andromeda, patching in new dialogue, responses and ways to interact with them, all as a direct response to specific conversations they've had with consumers since launch.
It's not the first time, either. Tekken's Katsuhiro Harada walked back the implementation of various 'swimsuit' costumes for Tekken 7 after a minor outcry on Twitter, The Punisher's various torture scenes were forced to ship with a black and white filter in 2005, and even Rockstar changed the name of Bully to 'Canis Canem Edit' in the UK after controversy swelled around what many assumed would be a game that glorified child violence.
Spoiler: It wasn't anything of the sort.
Whilst the debates surrounding what is acceptable, offensive or morally questionable tend to get new candidates every day, gaming as a medium has a history forever linked to immaturity, or the whims of "a teenager living in their mom's basement". To that end, there are a ton of enjoyable, fantastic and totally acceptable moments from their respective times, that would get immediately shut down today...