This Satyr is gonna have a bad time.
That being said, it is (unfortunately) not as common to see the same expectations for the ladies of gaming. Video games, like other digital mediums, suffer from the presence of fewer big name women, as opposed to men - which is still due to the fact that gaming is still a male dominated hobby - even if women are closing the gap. As of now, it's about 55% men to 45% women, but I digress.
It shouldn't be that players of both sexes feel that women are underrepresented in ass-kicking roles, because if one's knowledge of gaming is sufficient, it can actually be said that there are several female game leads - much like comic book heroines - who are very much badasses in their own right, just overlooked or forgotten. Additionally, the genres of games that they're in is relatively diverse. Whereas a male lead may instantly bring to mind a swordsman or soldier, women possess a pleasant amount of variety in this regard. Let's have at it!