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The 'Halo' arcade game is playable at every Dave & Buster's

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There's a new Halo game out this summer and you don't need an Xbox to play it. Instead, all you have to do is roll up to any Dave & Buster's and start popping quarters into it. Halo: Fireteam Raven is a four-player co-op on-rails arcade shooter developed by Raw Thrills and Play Mechanix, set during the events of the first (and best) game. Fireteam Raven plays out across a 130-inch wide 4K screen.

If you're not familiar with Raw Thrills by name, you've definitely seen its games at your local movie theater or Dave & Busters prior. Headed by gaming industry legend Eugene Jarvis who worked at Williams on pinball machines before transitioning to Atari and Midway, Jarvis' company makes high-end arcade cabinets for games based on Batman and Jurassic Park. Before this, he partnered with Housemarque on a Nex Machina cabinet and he revived the Crusin' series for arcades.

Not in the United States and still want to play? Microsoft promises that the game will roll-out to "at least" 20 different countries over the next two months.

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