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  • Blog Post: Five Months Later, Some Xbox One Territories Still Missing Voice Commands

    On November 22, 2013, Microsoft launched the Xbox One in 13 territories. Every single unit sold included a Kinect camera (with installed microphones). Three of those territories still do not have access to voice commands. “Voice commands are currently available in 10 of the 13 original launch markets... More
  • Blog Post: Dragon Age: Inquisition Will Have Kinect Voice Commands

    Skyrim proved that people like shouting at dragons, now you'll be able to use the Xbox One's Kinect to give out commands in BioWare's upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition. In an interview with the game's creative director Mike Laidlaw in the Official Xbox Magazine, he confirmed that the game... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Are You Using The Xbox One's Kinect Voice Commands?

    One of the big selling points of the Xbox One is that you can talk to it – but you don't have to. Are you using the console's voice commands? The Xbox 360 and its Kinect were capable of receiving voice commands, but it was borderline useless. I made an effort to use it on a few occasions... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox One Voice Commands Will Only Work In Five Countries At Launch

    Most of the 13 regions that will get the Xbox One in November won't be able to experience the system's vaunted Kinect voice commands at launch. The news was revealed in an update to the Xbox One official product page, hidden in a footnote at the bottom which reads: "Xbox voice commands will... More
  • Blog Post: Mass Effect 3 Kinect Commands Cheat Sheet

    You won’t be able to actually play Mass Effect 3 for a few weeks still, but you can start warming up your vocal cords now. EA recently released this cheat sheet of all the commands you’ll be able to issue to your team members using Microsoft’s Kinect. We’re still a little disappointed... More
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