@n1nj4d00m: Except that's not the only game she cites as exemple. That you single out just one of the game she cites and try to explain how she is dishonest where she is not (sure, the words she uses might be a little too strong for what is really happening but the thing is, the game still let you kill the woman) is just nitpicking.
I said it before and I'll say it again. We totally can have problems with feminist criticism, but we should welcome it and try to adress it. Not try to shut the discussion. It's fine that you disagree with Sarkeesian, but be happy that we can finally talk about game critically is the only thing I ask for. Just taking one of the arguments of Sarkeesian and then disregarding her whole discourse as dishonest, even if it has problems, is highly problematic.