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Halo: Anniversary’s Kinect integration detailed

Microsoft’s Halo-centric development studios 343 Industries has outlined exactly how Kinect integration will work in upcoming November release Halo: Anniversary.

IGN reports that three specific features have been detailed – Voice Commands, Analyse Mode and The Library.

The first allows gamers to use voice commands to perform basic in-game tasks such as reloading, tossing grenades and switching between Classic and Remastered graphics.

Analyse Mode, meanwhile, allows users to scan items into a databank called The Library by simply saying ‘scan’. And as for The Library, that itself will be usable via a number of hand gestures

Halo: Anniversary will be released on Xbox 360 on November 15th in the UK.

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