Six Days In Fallujah, a game based on the recent war in Iraq, was deemed too controversial by its publishers Konami and dropped. Developers Atomic Games still hope it'll see a release. Some day.
Last week Electronic Arts found out the hard way that video games' latest four letter word is actually seven letters long.
With its Iraq War shooter Six Days In Fallujah still in publishing limbo, developer Atomic Games is working on a new plan of attack with its new multiplayer shooter Breach, a game that's about finding a new angle on warfare.
Developer Atomic Games, perhaps best known for its missing in action shooter Six Days In Fallujah but also responsible for the V for Victory series, has a new "multiplayer title for consoles and personal computers" that will "blow your mind."
Six Days In Fallujah, a game based on the Iraq War that Konami thought was too "hot" to publish, has according to IGN been completed, and is ready to be released.
The video game industry was about to get its first major game based on a current military action, only to have publisher Konami pull the plug. What's wrong with releasing a realistic war video game?
Six Days in Fallujah might be down, but it's not yet out, with developer Atomic Games telling Kotaku to expect to a statement soon regarding the fate of the controversial shooter.
Konami's annual "Gamers Night" press event is known among video game journalists as being one of the longest nights of the year.
In all of the commotion surrounding Konami's upcoming documentary-style combat game Six Days In Fallujah, we hadn't actually learned what platforms the game was coming to. Now we know.
Controversial video game, Six Days in Fallujah isn't just trying to tackle the events of a very real battle less than two years after it happened, it's trying to do so from all sides involved.
By the title alone, you knew Six Days in Fallujah, Konami's planned "documentary-style" combat game about Iraq, would create an uproar. Unlike historical or generic conflict, this covers recent and real, about a polarizing war.