Protests by US rights campaigners against the game "RapeLay" have been shrugged off by the game's developers.
RapeLay is a Japanese videogame that allows the player to simulate sexual violence against virtual females.
The game hit the news in February when Amazon.com removed it from sale on their website.
But Illusion, the makers of RapeLay, have shrugged off a protest campaign, saying that they are "bewildered" by it. "We make the games for the domestic market and abide by laws here," said a spokesperson. "We cannot possibly comment on (the campaign) because we don't sell them overseas."