These days, lots of games have sexy parts in them. Sometimes these games get -- and I hope I'm not out of line pointing this out -- a tad gratuitous. This is a controversial thing, but who cares? Lots of people, because that's what "controversial" means, but let's ignore that for a second. Instead of talking about sexism and representation of the female form and objectification, I'm going to talk about how weird I feel when I'm in the middle of a video game and all of the sudden I feel like I should be worried about someone walking in on me.
That's a scene in Grand Theft Auto V where you can go to a strip club, sit down, and watch a digital person wave her parts at you for as long as you want. The point isn't whether or not I jerked off to a digital stripper in Grand Theft Auto; no one's on trial here and this is a judgment-free zone. The point is this also happens in Metal Gear Solid V.