The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
When games like Ocarina of Time are pegged with bits of controversy, it makes you wonder just how any game leaves the development floor without offending someone. For Nintendo’s fifth Zelda game, it featured a background track in the Fire Temple that had within it a Muslim prayer. The chant has been traced back to being a quote from the Qur’an. To avoid offending an entire religion when Ocarina of Time finally did release, Nintendo completely replaced Muslim chanting in later versions the game. There wasn’t much of an outcry that stemmed from the inclusion of the chant, so it seems Nintendo was able to keep this from blowing out of proportion.