This was produced by the government of Denmark. I mean, c'mon. It was 'developed' supposedly to raise awareness for domestic violence in said country, but it does so in a crassly exploitative manner. The "game" plays out as a series of looping video vignettes of a hot chick berating you in Danish; your only possible interaction is to, ahem, change your pitch up. Think a further watered-down Dragon's Lair meets Youtube video meets misogyny. It's as terrible as you can imagine.
From the generic shitty music and 'Pussy' to 'Gangsta' bar at the top I guess it's implying that you're some fly Danish rapper or something, which only gives a comic tone to the experience. Every time you abuse her your 'gangsta' bar increases, and she becomes progressively bruised and battered. Hit her enough and the game ends and calls you an idiot. What pisses me off is that you have no other alternative; you can't walk away from the situation or communicate with her in any way. I applaud them for attempting to tackle the subject of domestic abuse, don't get me wrong. But if you're going to make a game it would be nice to have some interaction in it, ya know? As it stands it's a poorly-acted Youtube video disguised as a game to help its virality. Fuck that.
The screen above isn't actually from the game, it's from the TIG Forum thread about it. So is the following quote, which sums up this thing rather nicely: "In your face, Denmark's taxpayers. In your face."