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Dead Space 3 WILL recognize your screams of sheer terror
A few weeks ago, EA and Visceral revealed that the Xbox 360 version of Dead Space 3 would include Kinect support for voice commands. At the time I wondered, “will it recognize your screams of sheer terror?” Apparently, the answer is yes, yes it will.
Executive Producer Steve Papoutsis recently sat down with CVG and confirmed that swearing and screaming at the Necromoprh terrors within the game will prompt a response from your Xbox 360 copy of Dead Space 3…
CVG: When we think of horror games we think of people screaming and swearing… will Kinect pick up on our feedback?
Papoutsis: Yes! We actually have some commands that people will need to figure out. But there are commands where you might be in a certain situation and you might yell a specific expletive and it might behave in a way that you want it to. We definitely have done some things there…
Wow. Innovation of the year!
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