Friday, December 4, 2009

Custer's Revenge

uster's Revenge gained notoriety for its peculiar plot. The game prompted criticism from women's rights groups who stated that the game was a simulation of rape; the back of the packaging states "she's not about to take it lying down, by George! Help is on the way. By God! He's coming." Other groups such as Women Against Pornography, Native American spokespersons, and critics of the video game industry in general protested the game. Andrea Dworkin claimed the game "generated many gang rapes of Native American women."Aside from complaints over the game's sexual content, many found the gameplay simplistic. People[who?] also found the pornography element of the game inadequate — the two characters' appearances have been compared to Lego bricks or cardboard boxes.

The focused media attention caused the game to sell approximately 80,000 copies, twice as many copies as Mystique's other X-rated games, Bachelor Party and Beat 'Em & Eat 'Em.

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