Catwoman PR Woes Continue in New 'Arkham' Video Game

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Anne Hathaway in The Dark Knight Rises/

Remember our recent post expressing concern for Catwoman's public image? It turns out we were right to be worried. Video-gamers exploring the new  Batman: Arkham City release have begun voicing complaints about the dehumanization of the game's female characters, including the repetitive use of the word "bitch" to describe Sexwoman (okay, they didn't really change her name, but what's stopping them?). One particular reviewer summed up the problem -- and the problem behind the problem -- in an amazing, caps-locked, Hulk-voiced rant.

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