It is not the video games themselves that would be objectifying women, but the designers of the female characters in the video games. To an extent, objectification is also done by the consumers that are more likely to purchase games with sexy women in it.
I spent literally all of my gold in the Witcher 3 having e-sex with hookers.
Any moral underpinnings of your argument or subsequent calls to action are rendered ridiculous and a transparent neo-puritanical attempt to filibuster the joy out of things a certain class of OTHER people who are not you value and enjoy.
Humans in video games are created to appear and feel real (they have emotions, desires, wants and fears). If a female's design relies solely on her sexual appeal and doesn't reflect her personality, she is being objectified.