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Mass Effect 3 does Kinect, tastefully

June 6, 2011 by  
Filed under Microsoft, News, Sony, Video

When I heard about Kinect support coming to Mass Effect 3 I got worried. I’ve always felt that Kinect has no place in core video games and should stick to what it does best – mini-game collections.

The E3 demo suppressed my fears once and for all. The Kinect support consists of optional voice support for selecting one of the conversation strains that Mass Effect is know for, and the ability to use hand-motions to move your squad into new positions and formations.

All things considering – it could have been a lot worse – but don’t take my word for it. Check out the E3 video yourself.

Mass Effect 3 will conclude the trilogy early 2012.

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