According to the box art of the long-awaited Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, Ubisoft's third-person shooter is "Better with Kinect." Somehow, I doubt that, but let's go along with it.
The Xbox.com page that housed the box art has been taken down, which only serves to further validate any rumors.
This seems to confirm that the game will support Microsoft's waggle-thing. The last time Future Soldier and motion control were mentioned, it was back when Kinect was still called Project Natal. Ubisoft has refused to confirm or deny Kinect support, sitting safely behind the "no comment" fence.
The world has spun off its axis with excitement for this news.
Ghost Recon: Future Soldier is 'Better With Kinect' According to Box Art [Xbox 360 Achievements]
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