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Six Days In Fallujah still seeking publishers


Atomic Games has been fairly quiet about their upcoming military shooter Six Days in Fallujah since the game's first publisher Konami decided to pull out of publishing the game earlier this year. Now this week's issue of Newsweek magazine (guest edited by none other than Steven Colbert) has a new and extensive feature on the game and the mag's web site has posted up that article for everyone to read.

The article goes into more detail on the genesis of the project and on the issues that many feel the game needs to overcome in order to be accepted as something more than the typical shooter. Atomic Games head Peter Tamte states, "We have a lot of people who are interested in the project. But I'll feel better when we sign something and the checks start coming." Even if that indeed happens the game will have to deal with protestors who feel that Six Days in Fallujah, even if it's respectful and accurate to the actual events in the Iraq War, should not be made.

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