I'm not sure what she has done that is so terrible.
She originally wanted $6000 for 5 10-20 minute videos, which would be $120 a minute at worst. Between any kind of research, shooting and editing, she ain't exactly becoming a millionaire overnight. People ask for funding for podcasts and video series and stuff all the time. Sometimes people want to get paid for the time they spend working on/making things. The only kind of "scamming" I've seen is massive financial support because of all the assholes harassing her. I see no evidence of her getting that money through ill-gotten means.
I am not sure of the criticism of her ideas that has gone unresponded to. I am only mildly versed in this situation and would be interested to know if there were any merit to the responses she has gotten via this game/protest and other comments. In this game, all I can see is a attack against the person instead of the person's ideas. Facts are presented (her show, the kickstarter, the amount of money requested vs. what was actually raised) as well as unsupported claims (scamming money, she's a con-artist, not addressing criticism) and the game finally proceeds to ask the audience to "beat this bitch up" under the guise of equality and in the form of a cheap flash ad.
To an onlooker, this does not support your cause well. This reactionary appeal to emotion is a pile of garbage compared to your opponent trying to talk about sexism in media through a series of videos using different examples and actually talking about them to some degree. Her videos aren't necessarily perfect and I don't agree with all the points she makes. (Not sure what Sarkeesian is suggesting should be done from the tropes she presents. Extremist/ignorant/overly sexual women and men appear in real life to some degree, so it doesn't really make sense to completely get rid of them when writing for media, but I suppose we should be aware of their overuse.) Either way, its definitely more agreeable than what you have presented.