bill-swift - January 8, 2013
Survival horror games set in space seem like a perfect fit for Xbox 360's Kinect add-on. That motion sensing, audio-detecting, living room spying control device will take all of your voice commands and gestures and translate them into onscreen action seamlessly as you fight off grotesque necromorphs. Electronic Arts implemented voice and gesture commands into FIFA this past year to mixed results, so clearly that company is all in on the Kinect experience for their games. For Dead Space 3, however, we'd love to see a "chicken command" where the game pauses itself and flashes an encouraging message when you freak out and run around your living room flailing and shrieking because you're so scared. Either that or a message of ridicule. That would work too.
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