Atomic Games: Six Days in Fallujah Not Complete

About one month ago, IGN reported that Atomic Games' controversial war game Six Days in Fallujah had been finished, though no official announcement was made.

Flash forward to this past weekend, when Atomic Games president Peter Tamte told Joystiq that while "all the levels" are complete, Six Days requires "additional AI and graphics" improvements. He would also like to incorporate some technology improvements developed for Breach, Atomic's multiplayer-only, downloadable shooter.

The interview also goes into detail on the circumstances, from Tamte's point-of-view, about why Konami dropped the game three weeks after announcing it to the press. "It was Konami Japan that ordered Konami US to pull out," Tamte explains. "Confusion about the game in Japan was the biggest issue... I think that there's a cultural difference between understanding what happened in Fallujah in the US versus Japan."

There's still no word to as when Six Days may arrive, but Breach will be coming to PC and Xbox Live Arcade this summer. I've already had some hands-on time with the game and was impressed despite desiring a higher level of polish.

From The Chatty
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    April 1, 2010 1:50 PM

    I'm looking forward to the white phosphorous minigame!

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      April 2, 2010 9:32 AM

      They're holding onto that for the 2 Months in Gaza IDF DLC aren't they?

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