1. FIFA 13
You won't be able to perform scissor kicks in your living room just yet, but for the latest instalment of FIFA, Kinect voice recognition support means you can now call out tactical changes, throw on an extra striker in the last fifteen minutes and if you show your disapproval at a bad refereeing decision in the most explicit way, Martin Tyler will make reference to your frustrations.
Due: Autumn 2012 | Link: FIFA 13
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Looking for the best Xbox Kinect games to look out for in 2012? Here's T3's pick of the motion-sensing titles unveiled at E3 2012 that you need in your life
When the record-breaking motion-sensing controller launched two years ago, it would be fair to say that the games were not for everyone. At Microsoft's E3 2012 press conference however, a raft of new game announcements suggests that there is still plenty of life in Kinect.
Helping you get up to speed with the titles to look out for, we've picked out the Kinect games we've had a play with and spotted on the E3 2012 show floor that should give T3's 2011 Gadget of the Year more hardcore gaming appeal.