Microsoft used the Kinect to show off a lot of their presentations this year at E3, especially when it came to game likes Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier and Fable: The Journey. However, we never got hint that the biggest HD remake for the biggest Xbox game would use the Kinect feature, until now.
Phil Spencer, general manager or Microsoft Game Studios revealed this little bit in an interview with GameSpot:
“As a first party, we believe that Kinect will be important to all genres of games, be it racing games with Forza, combat games like Ryse – even games like Halo Anniversary have Kinect integration.”
We were not given details as to exactly how Kinect would be supported in such an epic game like this, but we can imagine it will be quite awesome. Are we going to be able to wail our arms through the air to throw some grenades, or how about throwing an elbow to knock out that weak little Grunt? However it turns out to work, we are positive it will be a very epic experience.