before after Tell polygon Victura, the publisher of Fallujah’s “Six-Day Tour”, is now not “trying to make a political comment”, but in a tweet saying that “the events reconstructed in Fallujah’s Six-Day Tour are inseparable from politics.”
The controversial tactical shooter is Plan return 11 years ago, due to strong opposition to the scenes surrounding the “Farlujah Second Battle” (Farlujah Second Battle), Konami cancelled the original, which was one of the bloodiest and most terrifying battles in the Iraq War. One.
Its return has also aroused the analysis of the game industry and attracted people’s attention. Daniel Ahmad pointed out The game is returning “at the time when the number of recruits in the US military reached its lowest level in history.”Former Vlambeer developer Rami Ismail was originally Also very critical of its revivalHe pointed out that he was “worried that American pop culture has once again been pro-American and rewritten the war crimes the United States has recorded in that battle.”
We know that the events reappeared in Fallujah’s “Six Days” are inseparable from politics. pic.twitter.com/N7nkPilp1QMarch 8, 2021
The tweet tried to solve such problems and justified the six-day return, saying that the game will combine gameplay and documentary images to “benefit service personnel and civilians who have different experiences and opinions on the Iraq War.”
The documentary part will “discuss many difficult topics, including the events and political decisions that led to the Battle of Fallujah and its consequences.” It is speculated that the documentary will also shine throughout the game and be used to provide background information for the game context. Victura also said that although they do not allow players to use white phosphorus as weapons in the game, they will be described in the documentary section.
In the interview with Victura head Peter Tamte, it seemed to strongly imply that the intention of the “six-day tour” was not political, but a “human story”. This is a very complicated message. There was no comment in the “Tamte” tweet, nor did it mention whether this came from Tamte himself. In any case, there is no doubt that this is an attempt to calm people’s concerns about the sympathy shown by the US military and the accuracy of the events that “Operation Six” is trying to portray.
This revival attempt is currently led by Highwire Games, with Victura as its publisher. “Six Days of Fallujah” is currently scheduled to be released in 2021.
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