Six Days In Fallujah, the ultra-realistic video game depicting the real and recent battle has been dropped by Konami, a Japanese source close to the publisher stated today.

The shooter from North Carolina based Atomic Games‚  garnered an incredible amount of controversy since we first reported the story early this month and is the assumed reason for Konami’s abandonment.

“After seeing the reaction to the videogame in the United States and hearing opinions sent through phone calls and e-mail, we decided several days ago not to sell it. We had intended to convey the reality of the battles to players so that they could feel what it was like to be there” said an unnamed Konami P.R. representative.

It is uncertain whether or not Atomic Games is in the market for another publisher, but all signs point to the continuation of this drama.

Via GamePolitics

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