4. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Torture of surrendered enemies.
The previous entry doesn’t mean that Call of Duty is out of the woods. Both the first and the third Modern Warfare games include sequences in which Captain Price, accompanied by the player, interrogates, tortures, and then kills an enemy leader (Al-Asad and Waraabe respectively). Needless to say, these acts clearly violate the Geneva Convention, which forbids the torture and execution of captured enemies, especially when they’ve surrendered openly (as Waraabe does). If these men are war criminals themselves, it could also mean that Captain Price is interfering with their fair trial, which is, in itself, a crime.