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Preview: There Came an Echo | Xbox One | PS4 | PC

There Came an Echo is a voice-controlled, squad-based strategy RPG that attempts to take advantage of the new Kinect sensor on the Xbox One. Created by California based Iridium Studios, There Came an Echo is the second title from the studio after Sequence, which is available now on Steam, GamersGate, and Xbox Live Indie Games.

Iridium Studios have released a gameplay video of the new War Room mode of There Came an Echo. Unlike the narratively complex campaign, the War Room lets players jump right into the action, experimenting with various weapons, voice commands, and tactics to defeat waves of enemies spiralling ever-higher in difficulty.

This video also represents the first extended look at actual gameplay within There Came an Echo, coming to Steam, PS4 and Xbox One. All voice commands contained therein were captured live and unedited. It represents a massive step forward for voice interfaces in games, and we couldn’t be more excited to bring it to players all over the world.

For more information on There Came an Echo, please visit www.playiridium.com

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