There has been a growing trend, especially from some groups, to fight against the inclusion of political topics in movies, games, music, etc. What these people don't understand is that everything is political. Every single thing a screenwriter writes, a singer sings or a developer creates has a political background. And, as artists, these people have the political and social responsibility to do something and share their point of view. Art is a powerful tool to express and convince, and much of it has made an incredible impact in history.
When you ask for art to be “depoliticized” (whatever that's supposed to mean), you're actually just asking for the artist in question to implement political views that are more comfortable with what you believe. And when art gets stuck inside the comfort zone, society stagnates (see Middle Ages). We need politically charged art to move forward. When people consume politically charged art, they become more political and politically engaged. And that, in a democracy, should be the ultimate goal. The more politically aware the people of a country are, the more democratic the country is.
We have to stop thinking of politics as a boring thing that comes up every once in a while and start thinking of it as part of our lives. Our ancestors fought too hard for democracy for us to just say “leave politics to the politicians”.