Why would anyone think that there aren't people looking to push their politics on children via video games?
Entertainment in all forms are being used to push narratives that support foreign policies of various countries, and those foreign policies are driven by those who make money from conflict.
When I was a kid, we didn't have videogames, so the vector was kids cartoons like Rocky and Bullwinkle and Roger Ramjet - and if you look at them through an adult's eyes it's OBVIOUS these were politically motivated propaganda productions to show the Soviets as Evil, and the US as the Heroes. Much like TV shows such as "Homeland" (which receives funding from governments interested in portraying Iran negatively).
When we started getting video games, we started getting Nazi games, and are STILL getting Nazi games - whilst we have countries out there today involved in ethnic cleansing and murder that would make far more relevant subjects if the point was to 'improve' awareness of the evil in the world in young adults.. but obviously, it's about portraying certain people as evil and others as good. What better way to groom future generations for the meatgrinder that is VERY profitable endless conflict.