- Mass Effect 3 will have Kinect support
- Can use voice to choose dialog choices & squad commands
- All future Tom Clancy games will support Kinect
- New Kinect enabled Xbox Dashboard interface coming Fall 2011
- Voice control navigation enabled
- YouTube, Bing, Live TV (where available) & UFC coming to Xbox Live!
- Supports Cloud saving too (via PC Mag)
- Halo Combat Evolved: Anniversary coming November 15, 2011
- Remastered version of Halo: CE using the Halo: Reach engine
- Developed by Saber Interactive & Certain Infinity
- Will cost $39.99
- Forza Motorsport 4 coming October 11, 2011
- MineCraft Kinect coming to Xbox 360 this Winter
- Star Wars Kinect coming Fall
- Ryse, a Kinect enabled Crytek game set in the Roman era
- Kinect Fun Labs
- Allows people to try out the latest Kinect tech
- Available now
- Dance Central 2 coming
- Halo 4 coming Holiday 2012 developed by 343 Industries
- Start of a new trilogy
- Tomb Raider coming Fall 2012 to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 & PC
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary
November 15, 2011
Tomb Raider Gameplay Demonstration (360, PS3, PC)
Ninja Gaiden 3
The Microsoft press conference was pretty good. It flowed well and showed off a variety of things from Kinect to Xbox Live! services and games. I gave it a B+ overall.
The most “exciting” and “impressive” demonstration was for the new Tomb Raider game. Top quality production value like I’ve never seen in a Tomb Raider game before. If it looked that good now, I’m expecting nothing less from the rest of the game in Fall 2012. I just hope the actual “game” itself hold up.
I guess the Ghost Recon: Future Soldier “Gun Smith” with Kinect interface was neat, but that’s just the Minority Report fantasy implemented in one little aspect of a game.