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Author Topic: New GT-6 successor?  (Read 3627 times)
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« on: May 19, 2018, 12:09:56 AM »

Well... it was announced today that there would be a Halo arcade game made. Not only is it odd that Halo is getting an arcade game, it shares some similarities to Galaxian 3 Theatres  Shocked

While it's not 6 players, and the overall design is nothing like GT-6, it's still got 4 gun yoke controllers, and 2 screens- a very rare sight in today's arcades. The gameplay looks to be somewhat of a hybrid of Air Raid and Galaxian 3? It's got some elements of G3 (the opening cutscene!) but it looks like at some points it will be just a shooting gallery...

And speaking of Air Raid, this could potentially be replacing it at Dave and Busters!

Thoughts on this everyone?

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« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2019, 07:25:29 AM »

Halo: Fireteam Raven has a fully recorded playthrough by "ReignOfComputer" and gang. There were some flaws with it though, like player 4's crosshair getting jittery.
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« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2019, 08:37:16 AM »

In my opinion the cabinet has potential, but the game is just another "point'n shooter", which of there are plenty of variations today.

It *has* to be a space-shooter, like Starblade or Galaxian3. But the starwars-days are over, now it's all about FPS games and those quake/unreal clones. Though I'm really hoping for some game house, perhaps namco, to make space-shooter worthy of being called a sequel to either Starblade or Galaxian3.

... watching that HALO video it seems like a good game. Some good space-action there too.
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