Following this week's article on Six Days in Fallujah in Newsweek magazine, Fox News took on the subject of the contraversial upcoming Iraq War shooter on their Fox and Friends program on Thursday. Atomic Games head Peter Tamte was part of the discussion along with one of the game's advisors (retired US Marine Corps Captain Read Omohundro) and Tracy Miller, who lost her son during the Fallujah battle and opposes the game.
Tamte states during the chat that two thirds of Six Days of Fallujah's development have been completed and that they are still seeking a publisher after Konami pulled their inital publishing deal away. Once again we find it ironic that people are against this game when episodic game developer Kuma Reality Games have already released downloadable shooter episodes of their Kuma War game based on Fallujah and other real Iraq War battles.
Gallery: Six Days in Fallujah