Atomic Games president, Peter  Tamte, has said that the developer wouldn’t rule out the possibility of making other games around other conflicts from across the world.

In an interview with the IncGamers team on this week’s podcast, Tamte said that “there are stories from across the world, and we got involved with Six Days in Fallujah because of our relationship with specific marines who served in that particular engagement.”

Because of the attention the game attracted after it was controversially dropped by Konami last year, Atomic Games has been contacted by other armed services from around the globe with propositions for games says Tamte.”As a result of Six Days in Fallujah, we actually have been contacted by people from across the world and other services and there are certainly other stories that are begging to be told.”

Six Days in Fallujah is a third person, story driven shooter with many influences from other genres, as Tamte told us.

Listen to the podcast for more on this, and make sure you keep your eyes pealed as we’ll have more from Tamte on Six Days in Fallujah, and a little something something on Breach, the game Atomic Games went into development with after Konami dropped Six Days.

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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