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    In many video games, the bad guys are villains hellbent on global domination or zombies hungry for human flesh. In game designer and programmer Nina Freeman’s new video game, Freshman Year, the antagonist is much more realistic: a guy who tries to sexually assault a college girl.

    Keep reading about the new online video game Freshman Year over on BitchMedia.org.

    04/25/15