Fun Fact: In Germany, all references to Nazi's had to be removed in Wolfenstein. Instead they were called "The Regime" and their flag was the Wolfenstein logo instead.
I had a very similar thought actually: "never thought I'd see the day there are swastikas on a nintendo system"
So, a bit of gaming history: In the [SNES version of Wolfenstein 3D](http://rvgfanatic.com/7401/226901.html
), to comply with Nintendo's "family friendly" spiel, the porters completely replaced the Nazis with "Master State", lead by the "Staatmeister" (who was literally just Hitler without the Moustache).
I'm not going to lie, I am kind of upset they didn't bring that back, it would have been a fun little easter egg =p
Yet the hammer and sickle are now considered symbols of freedom, lmao.