Does Duke Nukem Forever, with its strippers and schoolgirl threesomes, rub your feminist agenda the wrong way? "Awesome," says the man now in charge of the Duke Nukem series. Duke is yours for the exploiting.
Randy Pitchford, president of Gearbox Software, the home of Duke, tells Eurogamer that for all of Duke Nukem Forever's machismo and crass behaviour - and press events held at the "Titty City" strip club in Las Vegas - he may be the ideal (video game) instrument for advocating women's rights.
"I'll tell you what, if some feminist organisation that is doing a great job advocating women's rights worldwide, which I think is really important, can get some advantage by using Duke... go for it," Pitchford said. "How is there a downside for humanity? Go for it. Take it. Use Duke. That would be awesome."
Pitchford's approach to Duke's politically incorrect mannerisms - which the Gearbox president calls "hedonistic", "not misogynistic" - seems to be "there's no such thing as bad press".
Duke: Pitchford welcomes feminist anger [Eurogamer]