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Six Days in Fallujah gameplay video looks a lot like Call of Duty

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Publish Date : 2021-03-24 08:41:09
Six Days in Fallujah gameplay video looks a lot like Call of Duty

After Konami walked away from Six Days In Fallujah in 2009, it wasn't clear whether the controversial first-person shooter—called "sick" at the time by an anti-war group—would ever be finished and released. Surprise: One of the creators, Peter Tamte, reappeared earlier this year with his own publishing company and a new version of the game, which is scheduled to release before the end of 2021. 

Today, IGN published a first look at Six Days In Fallujah's gameplay, which is embedded above. Tamte told Game Informer that Six Days will "challenge outdated stereotypes about what videogames can be" earlier this year, but after watching this video, it kind of looks like a typical shooter, if you ask me.

The overall look and animations have an obvious Call of Duty feel, and conceptually speaking, the video is reminiscent of Modern Warfare's 2019 reveal—that "Clean House" mission in which night vision-equipped soldiers clear a house mixed with enemy combatants and civilians. The Fallujah setting here is different, obviously, but the trailer depicts a squad of US Marines fighting in the streets and then entering dark houses, ending with a scene in which the player points their gun at a civilian. 

The feature highlighted by the video is procedural generation, which changes the layouts of buildings and neighborhoods so that "just like actual combat, you'll never know what to expect." I'm pretty sure actual houses don't rearrange themselves, but the aim of course is to create the feeling that you're a real Marine bursting into unfamiliar buildings. Six Days continues to bill itself as true to life.

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Six Days in Fallujah gameplay video looks a lot like Call of Duty

By Tyler Wilde 9 hours ago

The creators say they're aiming for authenticity, but so far the Iraq War FPS looks like a typical American action game.

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After Konami walked away from Six Days In Fallujah in 2009, it wasn't clear whether the controversial first-person shooter—called "sick" at the time by an anti-war group—would ever be finished and released. Surprise: One of the creators, Peter Tamte, reappeared earlier this year with his own publishing company and a new version of the game, which is scheduled to release before the end of 2021. 

Today, IGN published a first look at Six Days In Fallujah's gameplay, which is embedded above. Tamte told Game Informer that Six Days will "challenge outdated stereotypes about what videogames can be" earlier this year, but after watching this video, it kind of looks like a typical shooter, if you ask me.

The overall look and animations have an obvious Call of Duty feel, and conceptually speaking, the video is reminiscent of Modern Warfare's 2019 reveal—that "Clean House" mission in which night vision-equipped soldiers clear a house mixed with enemy combatants and civilians. The Fallujah setting here is different, obviously, but the trailer depicts a squad of US Marines fighting in the streets and then entering dark houses, ending with a scene in which the player points their gun at a civilian. 

 

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