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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:07am 01/05/12 | 4 Comments
The Bethesda Blog has reminded us that Kinect support for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on Xbox 360 will be integrated tomorrow via a title update. We reported on the decision to add Kinect voice commands to the game a few weeks back, letting you know we'd give you a heads up on the commands that will be made available, which Bethesda Game Studios has been kind enough to finally release.

The full manifest of TV shouting you'll be involving yourself with is in trusty PDF form, which you can check out directly here, but a few examples of the commands on offer are:
  • Dragon Shouts either by English name, or as Dragon words (eg: "Unrelenting Force" or "Fus Ro Dah").
  • Follower Commands such as "follow" or "follow me", "interact" or "use", "trade" or "items", to name a few.
  • Magic use such as "favourites", "alteration" or "conjuration" alongside the corresponding spell.
If you plan on getting the update and dabbling in the Dragon tongue for yourself, be sure to drop us a line in the Comments with your experience with the voice command system.

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Latest Comments
Posted 10:37am 01/5/12
That's silly. Don't they know peoples televisions are just going to get broken by encouraging people to yell 'Fus Ro Dah'?
What's going to happen when someone runs in to the room and yells "suicide"?
Posted 12:00pm 01/5/12
Fus Ro Dah is also being copyrighted by Zenimax is it not?

Can't wait to see people standing in Harvey Norman screaming Fus Ro Dah at the kinect as they demo Skyrim. Then they get a tap on the shoulder from suited Zeni-men demanding restitution.

That is if anyone went to Harvey Norman anymore to purchase anything game related.
Posted 12:45pm 01/5/12
Woopdie do.. you can do this on PC too but without the hype.
Posted 01:07pm 01/5/12
Wheres my kinect Minecraft?
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