While we're on the subject of "things that are almost always at Microsoft's E3 press conference," let's roll right over to Halo. Halo 4 is due out this fall, and we still haven't much significant footage of it. We've been given drips of singleplayer information and hints of multiplayer details, but so far it's all been very limited. With a release only a few months away, it's time for Microsoft to do a full stage presentation. And while it's showing the game off, it might as well reveal what we already all sort of know: it's going to have Kinect functionality.
Odds are, it won't mean standing in your living room pretending to be Master Chief (unless, you know, that's your thing), so don't get too worried. We're guessing squad commands, the ability to toss grenades, or other elements that could easily be assigned to voice will be, and that it'll be completely optional. Or maybe we'll just be able to say "Xbox, mute 'HeartEater420'" during a multiplayer match. That'd be "Better with Kinect" alright.