As we discussed last week, Australia is yet to receive voice control for Kinect, despite the fact it was one of the major selling points of the device. Now, Rare is looking set to demo some new games that utilises that very function.
According to 123Kinect, a source at Rare claimed that the team is "working very hard on a big demo at E3 that will involve the voice aspect far more during gameplay." A claim which backs up earlier statements from Rare's studio manager Scott Henson who claimed that Rare was looking at ways to bring Kinect's voice control "front and center".
All will no doubt be revealed during Microsoft's press conference early tomorrow morning (2am AET - we'll be awake and covering it for you guys) but we're quietly hoping for more games to take advantage of Kinect's innovative features. There's no reason why a smart developer can't find a way to integrate voice control into traditional, controller led video games.
We've already heard reports that Mass Effect 3 will use Kinect in some capacity, we'd like to see other developers follow suit.