From DailyBits: “Over a decade ago, a first-person shooter called Six Days in Fallujah caused a bit of a stir. It was supposed to be an authentic adaptation of the battles that took place in Fallujah during the Iraq war, and the game met heavy criticism because the conflict was still on-going and many considered the US military action in Fallujah an atrocity, or even a war crime.

Konami decided to put the project on ice, but after developer Atomic Games went bankrupt, Highwire Games finished the game, which will be published by Victura. We talk to Victura’s CEO Peter Tamte about Six Days in Fallujah and why the game is still relevant over a decade later.”

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