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Duke Nukem Forever offensive, say reviews

Duke Nukem Forever
Gearbox Software
Duke Nukem Forever
Duke Nukem Forever
Gearbox Software

(CBS) - Fifteen years since the last installment - Duke Nukem 3D released in 1996 - Duke Nukem Forever is finally out. As many gamers rejoice the long-awaited sequel, many women are left peeved.

"It was offensive then and it's even more offensive now," Jamia Wilson, vice president of the Women's Media Center, told Fox News. "These depictions of women are extremely harmful, especially to young women," she added.

Duke Nukem Forever, which carries an M rating for mature audiences, is ruffling our lady feathers, too.

Why? In the new game (on shelves today), Duke receives implied oral sex from twins in school uniforms. The game also requires players to abduct women and slap them if they start to freak out.

And if that's not enough to make us (mature folk) feel uncomfortable, there are also missions where players have to recover sex toys and pictures of topless women.

There's no question, your kids should not be playing this game. But, should adults support its degrading theme? You tell us!

Plus, check out these other games we find offensive:

  • Ysolt Usigan

    Ysolt Usigan is the editor of lifestyle and technology for women at CBSNews.com